Errors and Warnings
Occurs when the device on which the current application is running is not in the list of known devices.
Occurs when requesting a Url by the key that is not defined within the EndpointSelector's configuration object.
An internal error that occurs when the "invalidate" method is called outside the update transaction.
An internal error that occurs when an action cannot be created because the type of the passed property name is not
Accepted animation types are described in the documentation.
Occurs when a module with the Popup UI component is not linked.
Acceptable template engines are listed in the description of the setTemplateEngine(name) method.
Refer to the current(themeName) method description to learn which theme names are acceptable.
For details, refer to the Predefined Themes article.
Occurs when a name is not specified for a dxTemplate markup component.
The predefined validation rule types are listed in the Validation Rules Reference section.
Occurs when either the min or max property is not specified for the 'range' rule.
Occurs when the comparisonTarget property is not specified for the 'compare' rule.
Occurs when an unknown or unregistered validation group is validated using the DevExtreme.validationEngine.validateGroup(group) method.
Occurs in drop-down lists when the customItem field of the onCustomItemCreating function's parameter is not set.
To resolve this, do the following.
- Make sure that the CSS files with the required theme are added to the application.
- Make sure that the CSS files have valid links in the application's main page.
For details on themes, refer to the Predefined Themes article.
Appears when a recurrence rule is invalid.
Appears when the Globalize culture script is not referenced on the application page.
Refer to the Predefined Themes guide for the list of current themes.
Occurs if one of the deprecated files (dx.web.de.js, dx.mobile.de.js, dx.all.de.js, etc.) is used. Use the dx.messages.xx.js file instead.
Occurs if an property is set to a deprecated value type. Set the property to the type of value suggested in the warning message.