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brandonbrown Posted - Apr 28 2021 : 07:57:38
I am about ready to release my first software package around the IEvolution 8.0 engine and I'm getting a weird exception when seemingly doing nothing, other than moving the mouse out of the application.

It's not consistent and I was wondering if:

A. Is the "symbol file" available for Visual Studio 2019 to help debug what is happening?
B. If not, does 'Access Violation' in iecore.dll mean much of anything?

The actual exception is:

Exception thrown at 0x00000000 in SimpleFileScan.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation executing location 0x00000000.

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brandonbrown Posted - Apr 30 2021 : 18:26:30
I resolved this by putting an external process in a BackgroundWorker class. Also removed a DoEvents type thing. Apparently the Multi control didn't like the refreshes that were going on?
brandonbrown Posted - Apr 30 2021 : 13:24:21
I haven't been able to. I'm sure it is something I am doing though. Is there a symbol file or whatever that is available for IEvolution?
xequte Posted - Apr 28 2021 : 18:13:34
Hi

Are you able to reproduce the issue in one of our demos?

Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com