This is the list of chat states that are published throughout the lifetime of the chat.
All chat states are published on the event listeners triggers or you can retrieve the current state by calling the getState method.

Some of the chat states are also published on separate listeners to which you can bind.
The states are there to help indicate the state of the chat API.

The enumeration for the states are exposed via lpTag.taglets.ChatOverRestAPI.prototype.chatStates.

State ENUM Listener/s to bind Description
resume RESUMING onLoad - appears as a state property
onState - regular state event
Chat instance is trying to resume a chat session. This occurs automatically if you create an instance of a chat already in progress.
initialised INITIALISED onState - regular state event Chat basic functionality exists.
uninitialised UNINITIALISED onLoad - appears as a state property Created a new chat object that does not yet have a state or any functionality.
waiting WAITING onState - regular state event The visitor is queued and waiting for chat.
chatting CHATTING onStart - chat started event
onState - regular state event
Agent has accepted the chat.
ended ENDED onStop - chat stopped event
onState - regular state event
Chat session has ended.
notfound NOTFOUND onState - regular state event. An attempt to resume chat has failed.
The chat was not found on the server.
There is no way to request this chat's data via the API.
For a new chat use requestChat again.