ctDeleteSequence

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ctDeleteSequence

Declaration

NINT ctDeleteSequence(pTEXT seqnam);

Description

Deletes the sequence having the specified name from the database.

Return Values

Value

Symbolic Constant

Explanation

0

NO_ERROR

Successfully created the sequence.

900

SEQDUP_ERR

A sequence having the specified name already exists.

903

SEQTYP_ERR

The specified sequence type contains an invalid combination of sequence type options.

904

SEQINI_ERR

The initial value specified for the sequence is out of range.

905

SEQCUR_ERR

The current value specified for the sequence is out of range.

906

SEQLIM_ERR

The limit value specified for the sequence is out of range.

907

SEQINC_ERR

The increment value specified for the sequence is out of range.

101

INOT_ERR

No sequence exists that has the specified name.

See c-treeACE Error Codes for a complete listing of valid error values.

Example

ctSEQATTR seqattr;

NINT rc;

/*

** Create an incrementing sequence that starts with 1, increments by 3, and

** terminates with 100.

*/

strcpy(seqattr.seqnam, "MyFirstSequence");

seqattr.seqini = 1;

seqattr.seqinc = 3;

seqattr.seqlim = 100;

seqattr.seqtyp = ctSEQINC | ctSEQTRM | ctSEQLIM;

if ((rc = ctCreateSequence(&seqattr))) {

printf("Error: Failed to create the sequence: %d\n", rc);

} else {

printf("Successfully created the sequence.\n");

}

See also

ctCreateSequence, ctDeleteSequence, ctOpenSequence, ctCloseSequence, ctGetSequenceAttrs, ctSetSequenceAttrs, ctGetCurrentSequenceValue, ctSetCurrentSequenceValue, ctGetNextSequenceValue