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Mon, Mar 22 2010 6:44 AMPermanent Link

Ronald

Hi,

I keep getting an acces violation in D2009 with DBISam 4.29 Build 2 on a machine with Vista Ultimate when I create an aplication with a dbisamtable.
It was so frustrating that I deceided to uninstall D2009 and uninstall DBISam. Then I installed D2009 again with all updates. Then I installed DBISam 4.29 Build 2. If I then create a simple VCL application and start it, I get this acces violation. See the attachment.
I used DBISam from version 1 and it always worked very reliable. What can I do?

Greetings,
Ronald



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Mon, Mar 22 2010 7:38 AMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

Hi Ronald,

This might not be of much help but most of the Vista/Win7 problems tend to be with file paths  (specifically number of location in Vista/Win7 are no longer writable by user - including "program files", "windows" folder, etc) and virtualization (file redirection).

I'd start checking things like session PrivateDir and other paths first (do a search in this Ng and you should get number of hits).

Raul
Mon, Mar 22 2010 12:17 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Ronald,

<< I keep getting an acces violation in D2009 with DBISam 4.29 Build 2 on a
machine with Vista Ultimate when I create an aplication with a dbisamtable.
It was so frustrating that I deceided to uninstall D2009 and uninstall
DBISam. Then I installed D2009 again with all updates. Then I installed
DBISam 4.29 Build 2. If I then create a simple VCL application and start it,
I get this acces violation. See the attachment.

I used DBISam from version 1 and it always worked very reliable. What can I
do? >>

Does the compiler ever stop at a specific line of source code ?  Or, can you
tell where the error is occurring ?

You should enable compiling with debug .dcus (Project Options/Compiler) and
find out where the source of the AV is.

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Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com

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