Enumeration

NSFileProviderError.Code

The codes for errors raised by the File Provider extension.

Declaration

enum NSFileProviderError.Code : Int, _ErrorCodeProtocol

Topics

Error Codes

case filenameCollision

An error indicating that an item with the same parentItemIdentifier and filename values already exists.

case insufficientQuota

An error indicating that the item has not been uploaded because it would push the account over its quota.

case noSuchItem

An error indicating that the specified item does not exist.

case notAuthenticated

An error indicating that the user's credentials cannot be verified.

case serverUnreachable

An error indicating that the remote server is unreachable.

case syncAnchorExpired

An error indicating that the sync anchor is too old, and that the system must restart the sync operation from the beginning.

static var pageExpired: NSFileProviderError.Code

An error indicating that the page is too old, and that the system must restart the enumeration operation from the beginning.

See Also

Error Codes

static var filenameCollision: NSFileProviderError.Code

An error indicating that an item with the same parentItemIdentifier and filename values already exists.

static var insufficientQuota: NSFileProviderError.Code

An error indicating that the item has not been uploaded because it would push the account over its quota.

static var noSuchItem: NSFileProviderError.Code

An error indicating that the specified item does not exist.

static var notAuthenticated: NSFileProviderError.Code

An error indicating that the user's credentials cannot be verified.

static var pageExpired: NSFileProviderError.Code

An error indicating that the page is too old, and that the system must restart the enumeration operation from the beginning.

static var serverUnreachable: NSFileProviderError.Code

An error indicating that the remote server is unreachable.

static var syncAnchorExpired: NSFileProviderError.Code

An error indicating that the sync anchor is too old, and that the system must restart the sync operation from the beginning.