Up until an hour ago when I ran my QARun script (selecting data from a SQL Server database and writing that data out to a file) all was fine.
Suddenly for no reason I can work out, the script gets 2/3 of the way through (looping through many times to retrieve different record sets through dbselect) and then gives 3 messages in a row before Dr Watson throws a wobbly:
"QARun - Runtime error: Unknown exception error in script 'Comparison' at line 188".
"Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library - Runtime Error! Program C:\QARun\Program\RUNAWL.EXE Abnormal program termination"
"RUNAWL.EXE - Application Error - The instruction at "0x77f6ccca" referenced memory at "0x00000070". The memory could not be "written". Click OK to terminate the application."
I'm stuck - lost and unable to work out what is going on!
The messages occur at a select statement, but until an hour ago that statement worked fine.
I've tried the following:
1) reboot computer
2) remove the "offending" element of the loop that throws the error up when it hits the SQL - the error still appears only 1 loop later
3) reinstalling the QARun client on my machine.
None of the above worked. Please help as a looming deadline is coming up.
[This message has been edited by Colin Deady (edited 05-16-2002).]