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JaapV Super Contributor.
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Difference between 32bit and 64 bit using Outlook within cobolprogram

I using Outlook to send pdf's to customers and it is working fine with Windows7 and 32 bit.

On Windows10 and 64bit i got error's starting: Modify NAMESPACE-HANDLE LOGON().

The handle has a value.

Are there changes to make?

An AxdefGen64 has created a new def.

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DougP Outstanding Contributor.
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RE: Difference between 32bit and 64 bit using Outlook within cobolprogram

What is the error message?

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JaapV Super Contributor.
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RE: Difference between 32bit and 64 bit using Outlook within cobolprogram

Before I start the Cobolprogram, Outlook is already running. When Outlook not is already running, the error's below are the same.

I do not using AcuBench for debugging.

Below the values after statement: Modify NAMESPACE-Handle logon().

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DougP Outstanding Contributor.
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RE: Difference between 32bit and 64 bit using Outlook within cobolprogram

What is the working-storage definition of the handle?

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JaapV Super Contributor.
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RE: Difference between 32bit and 64 bit using Outlook within cobolprogram

       77  OUTLOOK-APP          HANDLE OF APPLICATION of OUTLOOK.
       77  OUTLOOK-MAIL         HANDLE OF MAILITEM of OUTLOOK.
       77  NAMESPACE-HANDLE     HANDLE OF NAMESPACE of OUTLOOK.

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RE: Difference between 32bit and 64 bit using Outlook within cobolprogram

Please consider requesting ECN-4406 SUBJECT: Handle value clash

It is possible for DOTNET handle values to clash (different handles have the same value), causing many types of errors. The particular error first found was the created object handle having the same value as a later returned stored object handle. This resulted in a method not being found, since the wrong object was being searched.

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