DBFILESLockFileErrorTag

Objective-C

enum DBFILESLockFileErrorTag : NSInteger {}

Swift

@frozen enum DBFILESLockFileErrorTag : Int

The DBFILESLockFileErrorTag enum type represents the possible tag states with which the DBFILESLockFileError union can exist.

  • Could not find the specified resource.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorPathLookup

    Swift

    case pathLookup = 0
  • There are too many write operations in user’s Dropbox. Please retry this request.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorTooManyWriteOperations

    Swift

    case tooManyWriteOperations = 1
  • There are too many files in one request. Please retry with fewer files.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorTooManyFiles

    Swift

    case tooManyFiles = 2
  • The user does not have permissions to change the lock state or access the file.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorNoWritePermission

    Swift

    case noWritePermission = 3
  • Item is a type that cannot be locked.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorCannotBeLocked

    Swift

    case cannotBeLocked = 4
  • Requested file is not currently shared.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorFileNotShared

    Swift

    case fileNotShared = 5
  • The user action conflicts with an existing lock on the file.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorLockConflict

    Swift

    case lockConflict = 6
  • Something went wrong with the job on Dropbox’s end. You’ll need to verify that the action you were taking succeeded, and if not, try again. This should happen very rarely.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorInternalError

    Swift

    case internalError = 7
  • (no description).

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    DBFILESLockFileErrorOther

    Swift

    case other = 8