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  • Heap Lock Error

    What causes a Heap Lock Error

    See attached JPG

  • #2
    Re: Heap Lock Error

    Charlie

    Do a search on "Heap Lock" there might be an aswer there


    Tom

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    • #3
      Re: Heap Lock Error

      one thing that used to cause it was having right to left languages enabled

      see Window's control panel, Regional and Language Optionns.
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      • #4
        Re: Heap Lock Error

        Work only in RTL with no problems at all since v8. The only drawback is the Vscroll and Hscroll of browses and embedded browses being LTR in behaviour. The question should be, when does this error occur? Can you describe the procedure which results in the error warning and what is the behaviour after closing dialog?


        See this utitlty from MS .
        Page heap

        Also this may be a pointer! Take note of error 1077 Error Handling
        Last edited by christobal; 05-05-2008, 03:07 PM.
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        • #5
          Re: Heap Lock Error

          Still trying to figure out error.
          I have 6 users on this payroll application.
          Running on IBM System x3400 Server.
          5 Runtime and 1 Development machines.
          Users are spread out over 1/2 mile across this power plant.
          All the runtimes are running fine. I only get this error on my Development machine.

          Any Ideas? memory on development computer?

          Thanks
          Charlie Crimmel

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          • #6
            Re: Heap Lock Error

            Forgive the silly question... Do you have a second Dev machine available to you (since A5 permits two activations)? Have you loaded your development environment on to a second Development PC? And does the problem also appear there? Heading toward, obviously, is the problem PC-dependent?

            And when you say you get this error on your Development machine, is the error produced when running from the Development installation? or the Runtime installation (on your PC)? or both? Thus, if RT runs fine on your machine, may suggest not hardware dependent - rather something unique about Dev.

            Are all machines (and installations, ie: your single machine perhaps loaded with each/both Dev & RT) patched to same level?

            And, although you may find something under MS for Heap stuff, I suspect this specific error is coming from A5 (file: Alpha5.errors), not Windows O/S. That file contains customized error messages, and I believe the developer is permitted to add to the file to implement his/her own unique error messages as well.

            And what is going on with the "t2" operations? I presume this is a reference to your own source code? Have you closely reviewed the sequence of operations leading up to that .enter_end() to ensure that all is proper - and not just simply that it works? Have you closely examined the results of each of the unique operations preceding the .enter_end()?

            I strongly suspect this is not memory related.
            Last edited by fsi; 05-06-2008, 08:32 AM.

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