April 3rd, 2003, 12:43 PM
Unexpected Error: 50003
I've read all the other threads releated to this error, but would appreciate hearing from anyone else who's experienced this annoyance and knows of a solution.
- it's nothing to do with gifs
- VB6sp5 - everything works fine for days - even weeks, then the app blows up. I've got error handling in for 50003, but I still have no clue what causes it - I've even dumped the memory in the error handler in case it was a memory leak - it's not!
- I'm pretty sure that it's got nothing to do with a COMCTLxx mismatch - the build machines are pretty much identical to the production machines.
- we have some custom OCXs in the app - they're rock solid though in terms of memory.
Any ideas would be a great help. I can't paste any code - the problem isn't confined to any particular routine.
April 3rd, 2003, 01:08 PM
How memory/resource intensive is this app? It could be "crash by a thousand memory leaks" ... VB is notorious for it ...
April 3rd, 2003, 01:15 PM
That's what I'm kinda thinking ... but I've got a "watchdog" program that monitors all aspects of memory, buffer usage, handles etc. - and I'm pretty sure that the app is behaving itself.
It is, however, pretty memory intensive - it's also using a lot of 3rd party hardware and software (NCR scanner, thermal printer, MICR, MSR) which could quite easily be causing a problem that I can't monitor.
The annoying thing is - that some piece of code somewhere knows EXACTLY what happened (couldn't allocate memory etc. etc.) - why doesn't it just tell you ?
Thx for the reply.
April 3rd, 2003, 01:35 PM
Oh, you didn't say what version of windows you're running on ... That will make a BIG difference also ... 9X drivers/dlls are memory hogs and swiss cheese when it comes to memory allocation/release ...
April 3rd, 2003, 02:32 PM
April 3rd, 2003, 05:08 PM
Interesting ... what kind of components/controls are you using?
August 12th, 2004, 04:14 PM
Two of my client machines got this error, it occurred when show a hided form.
using frm.show vbmodal. It happened usually at the end of the day after a day of intensive running.
Searched the internet, and still not a clue.
Thanks for reading, hopefully for a reply.
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