AnyEvent::XMPP::Error::MUC - MUC error
Subclass of AnyEvent::XMPP::Error
This method returns either:
If the joining of the room took too long.
If the room we requested the configuration from didn't provide a data form.
If changing the subject of a room is not allowed.
If this is an unidentified message error.
If we got a presence error the method
presence_errorreturns a AnyEvent::XMPP::Error::Presence object with further details. However, this class tries to provide a mapping for you (the developer) to ease the load of figuring out which error means what. To make identification of the errors with XEP-0045 more clear I included the error codes and condition names.
Here are the more descriptive types:
Entering a room Inform user that a password is required.
(Condition: not-authorized, Code: 401)
Entering a room Inform user that he or she is banned from the room
(Condition: forbidden, Code: 403)
Entering a room Inform user that the room does not exist and someone is currently creating it.
(Condition: item-not-found, Code: 404)
Entering a room Inform user that room creation is restricted
(Condition: not-allowed, Code: 405)
Entering a room Inform user that the reserved roomnick must be used
(Condition: not-acceptable, Code: 406)
Entering a room Inform user that he or she is not on the member list
(Condition: registration-required, Code: 407)
Entering a room Inform user that his or her desired room nickname is in use or registered by another user
(Condition: conflict, Code: 409)
Entering a room Inform user that the maximum number of users has been reached
(Condition: service-unavailable, Code: 503)
The condition and code are also available through the AnyEvent::XMPP::Error::Presence object returned by
presence_error, see below.
This method returns a human readable text if one is available.
Returns a AnyEvent::XMPP::Error::Presence object if this error origins to such an error and not some internal error.
Returns a AnyEvent::XMPP::Error::Message object if this error origins to such an error and not some internal error.
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