Basically i am running silk test 188.8.131.52.
Now when i open up the VB app that contains a flexi grid and attempt to record the declaration's i recieve a stack overflow message from dr watson. This only occur's with silk test.
Has anyone ever come across this?
If so drop us a line.
Any ideas on handling flexi - grids as this will be my first time using them?
The only time that I have ever had this occur is through an infinite loop. The occasion that I can think of is when I passed a window identifier to a function to determine the window tag for that window - and thus a circular reference was established.
Take a look through your code and make sure that all your loops are correct.
Hope this helps,
Steven P. Blunt
Software Automation Technical Lead
NASG Sales Force Productivity
The good news is that I have seen this behavior when I have recorded window declarations. The bad news is that I wasn't using the same kind of control that you are using and I never found a real solution. The one saving grace for me was that I only got the error if the mouse was positioned over the grid. It's easy enough to record a window declaration without putting the mouse over the object that is causing the fault. Try that and see if it works for you.