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I upgraded my production OS to Windows Server 2008 and now I am getting
Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt.
When trying to display the WebScheduler. I read some forums and a suggestion was to set the app pool to allow 32 bit applications. I did this and it works however it is VERY slow. I need to get this working with the allow 32 bit applications off.
What should I do?
Ok I downloaded the latest of all the controls on the production server and now everything works with the Allow 32bit Applications=False. However, I am still experiencing slowness and I am very concerned. Here is the current application details. The aspx page has an iFrame and the iFrame is loaded wth the path to another aspx page (with querystring params) that contains the WebScheduler. Any issues with this?
When running it locally in a development environment I get multiple js errors which I think is the reason for the slowness (however the webscheduler works).
I get 3 of these errors:
Null is null or not an object:
var vac823 =vbcc15.split("||IS||")
I suspect that your project might not have required assemblies such as framework, WebDesktop or other assemblies. For quick test, try to create a project based on our template project then placed your sample in those project and let us know if you still get error or not. If this does not help, please send us a simple runable sample that replicates your issue for further investigation.
If the your project configurations are already correct, then it should be something wrong with the page. Can you send us a simple runable sample that replicates this error? We would like to see and debug if there is an error in the code.
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