Access violation at address 07F132BF in module 'dbexpoda40.dll'

Access violation at address 07F132BF in module 'dbexpoda40.dll'

Postby costa » Fri 18 Dec 2015 00:46

Hi, guys:

Our app (32 bit) uses Delphi XE5, devart dbexpress driver for Oracle version 6.3.6, Oracle 10g.

I don't have too much information on this one, but one of our users got this access violation. I tried to reproduce it in my own development environment but I could not. In production they use the application over Terminal Services on a windows 2008 server.

My question to you is this: in your experience did you see any issues running apps over terminal services?

I know I provide close to nothing information :( , but I was curious to see if you've seen issues related to the fact that the apps were running over terminal services, which means the same oracle client is used by multiple users at the same time. One would think it should not have an effect but you never know.

Thanks
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Re: Access violation at address 07F132BF in module 'dbexpoda40.dll'

Postby AlexP » Fri 18 Dec 2015 06:37

Hello,

Please specify the moment when the error occurs: the moment of connection to the database, the moment of opening the DataSet, etc.. Also, specify the used connection mode - OCI or Direct.
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Re: Access violation at address 07F132BF in module 'dbexpoda40.dll'

Postby costa » Sat 19 Dec 2015 04:58

OCI mode. The error occurs either when closing a TClientDataSet or while applying some updates in a TClientDataSet.
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Re: Access violation at address 07F132BF in module 'dbexpoda40.dll'

Postby AlexP » Thu 07 Jul 2016 08:38

We can't reproduce the problem. Please describe the steps to reproduce the situation or send a sample demonstrating the problem to support*devart*com.
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