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[archive] win$printer crashes

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 04 May 2004]

Hello all

A strange problem.

I have a windows 2k server with terminal service on and running acuruntime 6.1 and SP3 is installed

I am using windows spooler and the win$printer routine but when trying the PRNDEMOX program from acucorp is crashed(stops) with an error


Memory access violation
COBOL error at 00012D in prndemox


I dont know why and the program is functioning very good on other maschines.

I have tried reinstall the acuruntime but no succes

Have anybody seen something like that or do you have suggestions on how to solve the problem, I will be very glad.

Or does anybody know what the adress 00012D means ?

Best regards

Steen Jensen
Datamann
Denmark
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RE: [archive] win$printer crashes

The address isn't particularly relevant, say useful in this case.
May I ask what the program is doing at the time you receive this error?
Has it just started executing, or have you chosen a printer and is about to print?
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RE: [archive] win$printer crashes

It is the first call to win$printer,


CALL "WIN$PRINTER" USING WINPRINT-GET-NO-PRINTERS
WINPRINT-SELECTION
GIVING CALL-RESULT.


Steen
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RE: [archive] win$printer crashes

I believe we might have been into this before, I suggest you contact tech support to see if they have any details on it.
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