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Selecting Active X causes MS Container to crash when loading VB Modules
Has anyone had any problems with the Active X option being selected when testing a container application?
We are testing an MFC container that loads VB modules, user documents. We have selected the .exe file in the extension enabler, disabled everything else and checked Active X. The .exe is an MFC Explorer container. After we do this the application runs but crashes when it tries to load a user doc. If we uncheck the Active X box in the enabler it doesn't crash but we also don't get any properties or any other information from the controls making it kind of useless. This application also uses MSMQ to talk to the SQL 7 server.
Re: Selecting Active X causes MS Container to crash when loading VB Modules
I had an almost identical problem once.
It was a VB window with a Table invoked from VC++.
Even with manual testing, if SilkTest was installed on the machine with the ActiveX extension enabled, my application consistently crashed with a particular operation in the VB table.
Turn off the ActiveX extension (even without rebooting) and it never crashed.
This was very embarrasing, since our developers then blamed SilkTest for everything for while!
Segue support had me generate a bunch of log files to keep me busy but they never came through with a solution.
Finally, after the developers cleaned up some of their heap management, the problem went away on its own.