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Splash Forums Support Jaco v2 Purpose of JACO_NACK_NORMAL?

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    We’re trying to check the return values from some of the functions in the JACO2 Windows API. One such value is JACO_NACK_NORMAL.

    We’re not sure if this is an error code or not, because it contains the word “NORMAL”. We’re used to just checking for NO_ERROR_KINOVA.

    Can you tell us if this is an actual error code that we need to diagnose in our code, or if it is indeed all normal and therefore can be ignored?



    Hello jbryant_iai,

    The JACO_NACK_NORMAL is indeed an error code. Could you tell us more about the function you are using that is returning this error please?

    Thank you!

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