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Thread Problem with TCalendar & TDateEditComboBox
Sun, Jul 31 2016 9:37 AMPermanent Link

Robby

This morning all of my apps that use a TCalendar and/or TDateEditComboBox stopped working.  

If I try to create a new project and drop one of these objects on the form I receive the follow message:

"Cannot create instance of TCalendar class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "
"Cannot create instance of TDateEditComboBox class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "

Help!  I have production applications that are now not working.

1.  I am using Elevate Web Builder 2.04 Build 1 on Windows 10.
2.  I have tried running my apps on multiple computers.
3.  They are not running on Windows 7 or Windows 10.  Not sure about other operating systems.
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Robert M. Keene
Sun, Jul 31 2016 12:20 PMPermanent Link

Bruno Larochelle

I'm getting the same error on a couple deployed applications, on different servers (which have not been touched, client or server). Seems to have started yesterday from the first time I noticed. Both applications also use TDateEdit. Problem with the '31' of July perhaps? (what happened last night to me was 31st in GMT, which is what machine runs on).

.. Bruno


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Robby wrote:

This morning all of my apps that use a TCalendar and/or TDateEditComboBox stopped working.  

If I try to create a new project and drop one of these objects on the form I receive the follow message:

"Cannot create instance of TCalendar class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "
"Cannot create instance of TDateEditComboBox class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "

Help!  I have production applications that are now not working.

1.  I am using Elevate Web Builder 2.04 Build 1 on Windows 10.
2.  I have tried running my apps on multiple computers.
3.  They are not running on Windows 7 or Windows 10.  Not sure about other operating systems.
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Robert M. Keene

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Sun, Jul 31 2016 12:40 PMPermanent Link

Robby

I just manually set my Windows clock to Aug 1st, 2016.
My apps seem to run okay with tomorrow's date.

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Bruno Larochelle wrote:

I'm getting the same error on a couple deployed applications, on different servers (which have not been touched, client or server). Seems to have started yesterday from the first time I noticed. Both applications also use TDateEdit. Problem with the '31' of July perhaps? (what happened last night to me was 31st in GMT, which is what machine runs on).

.. Bruno


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Robby wrote:

This morning all of my apps that use a TCalendar and/or TDateEditComboBox stopped working.  

If I try to create a new project and drop one of these objects on the form I receive the follow message:

"Cannot create instance of TCalendar class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "
"Cannot create instance of TDateEditComboBox class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "

Help!  I have production applications that are now not working.

1.  I am using Elevate Web Builder 2.04 Build 1 on Windows 10.
2.  I have tried running my apps on multiple computers.
3.  They are not running on Windows 7 or Windows 10.  Not sure about other operating systems.
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Robert M. Keene

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
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Robert M. Keene
Sun, Jul 31 2016 2:05 PMPermanent Link

Bruno Larochelle

My 2.04 deployed ones continue to show the problem (I can't change the date on those servers)

By changing time zone (to Samoa!), where it is August 01 .. the problem went away.

Using 2.05 beta, I'm NOT able to replicate the problem (dropping a TCalendar on a new project).. they run fine. I did not however try a server deployment, this is just local.



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Robby wrote:

I just manually set my Windows clock to Aug 1st, 2016.
My apps seem to run okay with tomorrow's date.

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Bruno Larochelle wrote:

I'm getting the same error on a couple deployed applications, on different servers (which have not been touched, client or server). Seems to have started yesterday from the first time I noticed. Both applications also use TDateEdit. Problem with the '31' of July perhaps? (what happened last night to me was 31st in GMT, which is what machine runs on).

.. Bruno


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Robby wrote:

This morning all of my apps that use a TCalendar and/or TDateEditComboBox stopped working.  

If I try to create a new project and drop one of these objects on the form I receive the follow message:

"Cannot create instance of TCalendar class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "
"Cannot create instance of TDateEditComboBox class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "

Help!  I have production applications that are now not working.

1.  I am using Elevate Web Builder 2.04 Build 1 on Windows 10.
2.  I have tried running my apps on multiple computers.
3.  They are not running on Windows 7 or Windows 10.  Not sure about other operating systems.
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Robert M. Keene

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
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Robert M. Keene

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Sun, Jul 31 2016 2:18 PMPermanent Link

Bruno Larochelle

I just tested a 'simple' 2.05 compiled app with a TCalendar.. onto a real server.. and it is NOT giving any error, even if I leave my machine on July 31

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Robby wrote:

I just manually set my Windows clock to Aug 1st, 2016.
My apps seem to run okay with tomorrow's date.

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Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Sun, Jul 31 2016 3:01 PMPermanent Link

Alan Questell

Richmond Community College

After reading this thread, I test my deployed program and am seeing the same problem.

Although I can change the time and date on the server, it doesn't fix the problem.

Do you have to stop the server and re-start after changing the date and time?



Bruno Larochelle wrote:

My 2.04 deployed ones continue to show the problem (I can't change the date on those servers)

By changing time zone (to Samoa!), where it is August 01 .. the problem went away.

Using 2.05 beta, I'm NOT able to replicate the problem (dropping a TCalendar on a new project).. they run fine. I did not however try a server deployment, this is just local.



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Robby wrote:

I just manually set my Windows clock to Aug 1st, 2016.
My apps seem to run okay with tomorrow's date.

///////////////////////

Bruno Larochelle wrote:

I'm getting the same error on a couple deployed applications, on different servers (which have not been touched, client or server). Seems to have started yesterday from the first time I noticed. Both applications also use TDateEdit. Problem with the '31' of July perhaps? (what happened last night to me was 31st in GMT, which is what machine runs on).

.. Bruno


///////////////////////

Robby wrote:

This morning all of my apps that use a TCalendar and/or TDateEditComboBox stopped working.  

If I try to create a new project and drop one of these objects on the form I receive the follow message:

"Cannot create instance of TCalendar class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "
"Cannot create instance of TDateEditComboBox class:  Message: 'Row index 5 out of bounds...' "

Help!  I have production applications that are now not working.

1.  I am using Elevate Web Builder 2.04 Build 1 on Windows 10.
2.  I have tried running my apps on multiple computers.
3.  They are not running on Windows 7 or Windows 10.  Not sure about other operating systems.
---------------------
Robert M. Keene

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
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Robert M. Keene

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Sun, Jul 31 2016 3:36 PMPermanent Link

Bruno Larochelle

hi Alan

although I was confused at first, it is the 'client' machine where you need to change the date, not the server. at least that's my experience with it

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Alan Questell wrote:

After reading this thread, I test my deployed program and am seeing the same problem.

Although I can change the time and date on the server, it doesn't fix the problem.

Do you have to stop the server and re-start after changing the date and time?

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Sun, Jul 31 2016 3:45 PMPermanent Link

Alan Questell

Richmond Community College

Gotcha...that makes sense when I think about it.


Bruno Larochelle wrote:

hi Alan

although I was confused at first, it is the 'client' machine where you need to change the date, not the server. at least that's my experience with it

//



Alan Questell wrote:

After reading this thread, I test my deployed program and am seeing the same problem.

Although I can change the time and date on the server, it doesn't fix the problem.

Do you have to stop the server and re-start after changing the date and time?

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Sun, Jul 31 2016 11:00 PMPermanent Link

Trinione

Same problem. This makes me wonder if this can happen with other components at any given time. Quite scary.
Sun, Jul 31 2016 11:13 PMPermanent Link

Trinione

Trinione wrote:

<< This makes me wonder if this can happen with other components at any given time. >>

Ah! Having created a custom date related component sometime aback, I suspect what happened here is that we have a month that runs into 6 'weeks'. Being a 31 day month and with July 1st, 2016 fell on a Friday, July 31st falls on a Sunday making it 6 'weeks'. So it would seem the code creates 5 week rows and not 6.

My fear of 'stuff' happening is removed and I can sleep well tonight. Smile
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