The WSAGetLastError function returns the error status for the last Windows Sockets operation that failed.
Funktion umfasst keine Parameter.
The return value indicates the error code for this thread's last Windows Sockets operation that failed.
The WSAGetLastError function returns the last error that occurred for the calling thread. When a particular Windows Sockets function indicates an error has occurred, this function should be called immediately to retrieve the extended error code for the failing function call. This extended error code can be different from the error code obtained from getsockopt when called with an optname parameter of SO_ERROR, which is socket-specific since WSAGetLastError is for all thread-specific sockets.
If a function call's return value indicates that error or other relevant data was returned in the error code, WSAGetLastError should be called immediately. This is necessary because some functions may reset the last extended error code to 0 if they succeed, overwriting the extended error code returned by a previously failed function. To specifically reset the extended error code, use the WSASetLastError function call with the iError parameter set to zero. A getsockopt function when called with an optname parameter of SO_ERROR also resets the extended error code to zero.
The WSAGetLastError function should not be used to check for an extended error value on receipt of an asynchronous message. In this case, the extended error value is passed in the lParam parameter of the message, and this can differ from the value returned by WSAGetLastError.
Hinweis An application can call the WSAGetLastError function to determine the extended error code for other Windows sockets functions as is normally done in Windows Sockets even if the WSAStartup function fails or the WSAStartup function was not called to properly initialize Windows Sockets before calling a Windows Sockets function. The WSAGetLastError function is one of the only functions in the Winsock 2.2 DLL that can be called in the case of a WSAStartup failure.
The Windows Sockets extended error codes returned by this function and the text description of the error are listed under Windows Sockets Error Codes. These error codes and a short text description associated with an error code are defined in the Winerror.h header file. The FormatMessage function can be used to obtain the message string for the returned error.
For information on how to handle error codes when porting socket applications to Winsock, see Error Codes - errno, h_errno and WSAGetLastError.
Mindestens unterstützter Client
|Windows 2000 Professional|
Mindestens unterstützter Server
|Windows 2000 Server|