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Vsevolod Afanassiev
 
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Default Forms6i dump files - 01-12-2004 , 02:33 AM






We are running Forms6i (Patch1). I noticed that
files named ifrun60_dump_xxxx appear in the directory
where FMXes are located. A typical file is shown below.
Where I can read about these files? Is it possible
to extract any useful information from them?

Thanks

Sev




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ERROR: Abnormal termination, Error Code: C0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION
======================= STACK DUMP =======================

Fault address: 64CFDEFB 01:0007CEFB
Module: V:\ORANT\BIN\UIW60.DLL

System Information:
Operating System: Windows NT Version 5.0 Build 2195 Service Pack 4
Command line: V:\ORANT\BIN\ifrun60.EXE CLARITY
FORM/BLOCK/FIELD: CLARITY:CONTROL.PB_CHANGELOGIN
Last Trigger: KEY-EXIT - (Execution Suspended)
Msg: <NULL>
Last Builtin: EXIT_FORM - (Successfully Completed)

Registers:
EAX:031CF7F6
EBX:00000001
ECX:00000001
EDX:0012F601
ESI:0018EB1E
EDI:0013B390
CS:EIP:001B:64CFDEFB
SS:ESP:0023:0012F79C EBP:0012F7D4
DS:0023 ES:0023 FS:0038 GS:0000
Flags:00010246


Call stack:
Address Frame
64CFDEFB 0012F7D4 uiwnhi
64D008EF 0012F818 uiwnzAdjustApiSize
64CFD34B 0267D198 uiwnd
02672078 00000002 0000:00000000

[01/06/04 14:44:19 AUS Eastern Daylight Time]::Client Status [ConnId=0, PID=404]
Quote:
ERROR: Abnormal termination, Error Code: C0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION
======================= STACK DUMP =======================

Fault address: FFFFFFFF 00:00000000
Module:

System Information:
Operating System: Windows NT Version 4.0 Build 1381 Service Pack 6
Command line: V:\ORANT\BIN\ifrun60.EXE CLARITY
FORM/BLOCK/FIELD: GENQUERY:SEARCHRESULTS.CIRCUIT
Last Trigger: WHEN-NEW-ITEM-INSTANCE - (Successfully Completed)
Msg: <NULL>
Last Builtin: EXIT_FORM - (Successfully Completed)

Registers:
EAX:038CA058
EBX:03DFF124
ECX:FFFFFFFF
EDX:03DFF124
ESI:004D33D0
EDI:00000000
CS:EIP:001B:FFFFFFFF
SS:ESP:0023:0012F098 EBP:0012F1B0
DS:0023 ES:0023 FS:0038 GS:0000
Flags:00010286


Call stack:
Address Frame
FFFFFFFF 0012F094 0000:00000000
64C99ABD 0012F1B0 uiezCallVWInstance
5DF32FA9 02EA2070 exiterr




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Daniel Morgan
 
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Default Re: Forms6i dump files - 01-12-2004 , 10:25 AM






Vsevolod Afanassiev wrote:
Quote:
We are running Forms6i (Patch1). I noticed that
files named ifrun60_dump_xxxx appear in the directory
where FMXes are located. A typical file is shown below.
Where I can read about these files? Is it possible
to extract any useful information from them?

Thanks

Sev
Likely Oracle can.

But before they'd spend 10 seconds on them they would want you to
patch up to the current patch level, which is at least 14 or 15 and
see if the problem goes away: It undoubtedly will.

My recommendation would be to download the latest patch and upgrade
immediately.

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Jeff
 
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Default Re: Forms6i dump files - 01-13-2004 , 08:44 AM



In article <1073921055.682615@yasure>, Daniel Morgan <damorgan@x.washington.edu> wrote:
Quote:
Vsevolod Afanassiev wrote:
We are running Forms6i (Patch1). I noticed that
files named ifrun60_dump_xxxx appear in the directory
where FMXes are located. A typical file is shown below.
Where I can read about these files? Is it possible
to extract any useful information from them?

Thanks

Sev

Likely Oracle can.

But before they'd spend 10 seconds on them they would want you to
patch up to the current patch level, which is at least 14 or 15 and
see if the problem goes away: It undoubtedly will.

My recommendation would be to download the latest patch and upgrade
immediately.
Even at the latest patch level, dumps (ie. runtime crashes) happen. The dump
files are helpful in identifying where the crash happened (which form), and
possibly a complete rebuild of that form will fix the problem.


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