tel Codes

These codes indicate an error in the local server processing the transaction; it is possible that another server with a different configuration or load level could process the transaction successfully. They have numerical values in the range -399 to -300. The exact code for any given error is subject to change, so don't rely on it.

Caution: Transactions with tel codes are not applied to ledgers and cannot cause any changes to the XRP Ledger state. However, a transaction that provisionally failed may still succeed or fail with a different code after being reapplied. For more information, see Finality of Results and Reliable Transaction Submission.

Code Explanation
telBAD_DOMAIN The transaction specified a domain value (for example, the Domain field of an AccountSet transaction) that cannot be used, probably because it is too long to store in the ledger.
telBAD_PATH_COUNT The transaction contains too many paths for the local server to process.
telBAD_PUBLIC_KEY The transaction specified a public key value (for example, as the MessageKey field of an AccountSet transaction) that cannot be used, probably because it is too long.
telCAN_NOT_QUEUE The transaction did not meet the open ledger cost, but this server did not queue this transaction because it did not meet the queuing restrictions. For example, a transaction returns this code when the sender already has 10 other transactions in the queue. You can try again later or sign and submit a replacement transaction with a higher transaction cost in the Fee field.
telCAN_NOT_QUEUE_BALANCE The transaction did not meet the open ledger cost and also was not added to the transaction queue because the sum of potential XRP costs of already-queued transactions is greater than the expected balance of the account. You can try again later, or try submitting to a different server. New in: rippled 0.70.2
telCAN_NOT_QUEUE_BLOCKS The transaction did not meet the open ledger cost and also was not added to the transaction queue. This transaction could not replace an existing transaction in the queue because it would block already-queued transactions from the same sender by changing authorization methods. (This includes all SetRegularKey and SignerListSet transactions, as well as AccountSet transactions that change the RequireAuth/OptionalAuth, DisableMaster, or AccountTxnID flags.) You can try again later, or try submitting to a different server. New in: rippled 0.70.2
telCAN_NOT_QUEUE_BLOCKED The transaction did not meet the open ledger cost and also was not added to the transaction queue because a transaction queued ahead of it from the same sender blocks it. (This includes all SetRegularKey and SignerListSet transactions, as well as AccountSet transactions that change the RequireAuth/OptionalAuth, DisableMaster, or AccountTxnID flags.) You can try again later, or try submitting to a different server. New in: rippled 0.70.2
telCAN_NOT_QUEUE_FEE The transaction did not meet the open ledger cost and also was not added to the transaction queue. This code occurs when a transaction with the same sender and sequence number already exists in the queue and the new one does not pay a large enough transaction cost to replace the existing transaction. To replace a transaction in the queue, the new transaction must have a Fee value that is at least 25% more, as measured in fee levels. You can increase the Fee and try again, send this with a higher Sequence number so it doesn't replace an existing transaction, or try sending to another server. New in: rippled 0.70.2
telCAN_NOT_QUEUE_FULL The transaction did not meet the open ledger cost and the server did not queue this transaction because this server's transaction queue is full. You could increase the Fee and try again, try again later, or try submitting to a different server. The new transaction must have a higher transaction cost, as measured in fee levels, than the transaction in the queue with the smallest transaction cost. New in: rippled 0.70.2
telFAILED_PROCESSING An unspecified error occurred when processing the transaction.
telINSUF_FEE_P The Fee from the transaction is not high enough to meet the server's current transaction cost requirement, which is derived from its load level.
telLOCAL_ERROR Unspecified local error.
telNO_DST_PARTIAL The transaction is an XRP payment that would fund a new account, but the tfPartialPayment flag was enabled. This is disallowed.