A constant from this namespace is returned by OEDock::DockMultiConformerMolecule to indicate the outcome of the docking.
Docking was successful.
Docking failed because the ligand contained no atoms.
The protein passed to the OEDock::Initialize method contained no atoms.
No ligand poses could fit within the active site. Increasing the size of the receptor’s outer contour volume (see Negative Image section) and re-initializing the OEDock object with the new receptor may allow the ligand to dock.
The supplied ligand cannot match the docking constraints.
One or more of the atoms on the ligand could not be typed.
One of the scoring grids could not be setup. This generally indicates that the protein structure is broken.
The geometry of the chemical interactions on the ligand could not be determined. This generally indicates that the ligand is broken in some way (e.g. valence errors).