Access violation at address 7C835813 in module 'ntdll.dll'. Read of address 0000000E

edited October 2009 in Server
Hi

My application works on an XP based server (description below)

As the next stage in development I am trying a test deployment of my
application on a server running Windows Server 2003.

When I run the application on the test server, the application crashes with
an error "Access violation at address 7C835813 in module tdll.dll Read of
address 0000000E "

The rbWebLog has a slightly different error....

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2009-10-24T11:53:58.085
Access violation at address 7C835813 in module 'ntdll.dll'. Read of
address 0000000E
weException
1
{2C6CFC53-F77B-454D-82A7-C15A72D71572}


The cache folder contains everything I would have expected except that the
file report.pdf contains no pages.

Any advice greatfully received.

Philip L Jackson


Application Description
Compiler = Delphi 2009

Main Application = an IntraWeb application which, on a button press,
executes the following line

http://192.168.1.27/CA/caReport.dll?content=pdf&volume=reportFiles&name=reportfiles\\AdsPDAJobSheets&frameset=1&newsearch=T&asg0f0se=270850&asg0f0sa=false

where the file to run is \main application\reportfiles\adsPDAJobSheets.rtm
and the search value is 270850

webTier in the same folder as the IntraWeb ISAPI dll file and uses
rbWebTier.ini for its configuration settings

report service - installed in the c:\windows\system32\ReportBuilderSvc
folder and the service is running

Comments

  • edited October 2009

    The live demo server running on our web site is running on Windows Server
    2003 and we have other customers using it.

    Here are is an article about configuring the WebTier for IIS'7

    http://www.digital-metaphors.com/rbWiki/Server/Web_Tier/How_To...Deploy_to_IIS7

    Might be a security issue. The more recent versions of Windows have tigher
    security.



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    Nard Moseley
    Digital Metaphors
    www.digital-metaphors.com

    Best regards,

    Nard Moseley
    Digital Metaphors
    www.digital-metaphors.com
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