3. Content Rule
<status> is used to return the status of an operation or event. More than one <status> can be returned for each operation or event. <status> can also be included in an input from the driver to DirXML when the driver wants to log status of the driver to the DirXML log.
Possible values for the level attribute are:
Standard values for the type attribute include:
If a <status> is not returned for a particular event or command, it is assumed to have succeeded.
<status event-id="0" level="success"/>
<status event-id="0" level="warning">Objects in the rear view mirror may be closer than they appear!</status>
<status event-id="0" level="warning" type="driver-status">Driver state changed to Stopped.</status>
Attribute Value(s) Default Value event-id CDATA
An identifier used to tag the results of an event or command.
Should be the same as the event-id of the operation or event that this status is associated with.
#IMPLIED level fatal | error | warning | success | retry
The status level.
#REQUIRED type CDATA
An identifier used to classify the <status> for reporting purposes.
- Input events or commands.
- Results of events or commands.
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