This topic describes the error codes exposed by Microsoft UI Automation. The list is sorted alphabetically by name.
Indicates that a method was called on a virtualized element, or on an element that no longer exists, usually because it has been destroyed.
Indicates that a method that requires an enabled element, such as Select or Expand, was called on an element that was disabled.
Indicates that the method attempted an operation that was not valid.
Indicates that the GetClickablePoint method was called on an element that has no clickable point.
Indicates that the provider explicitly does not support the specified property or control pattern. UI Automation will return this error code to the caller without attempting to provide a default value or falling back to another provider.
Indicates that a problem occurred when loading an assembly that contains a client-side (proxy) provider.
Indicates that the time allotted for a process or operation has expired.