This method is called whenever the ECLOIA object detects an error during event generation. The error object contains information about the error (see the ECLErr class description). Events may continue to be generated after the error depending on the nature of the error. If the event generation stops due to an error, the NotifyStop() method is called.

An application can choose to implement this function or allow the base ECLOIANotify class handle it. The default implementation will display the error in a message box using text supplied by the ECLErr::GetMsgText() method. If the application implements this function in its derived class it overrides this behavior.