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    Unhappy Attach with BoundsChecker

    There any way to attach to a windows service (created by me) with BoundsChecker ...

    If I run it from the VisualStudio working properly. (correct)

    But if I attach to an already initialized (EXE with instrumented code) do not know how to use BoundsChecker.

    Any solution??

    THX

    DevPartner for Visual C++ 8.2.4.1119

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    Re: Attach with BoundsChecker

    Currently, because of the things that need to happen before the code can be fully started, we do not support a late attach from BoundsChecker to any process (services being processes). You can, however, use the Wait for Process menu option on the standalone BoundsChecker to wait for a service to start and attach to the process at the very start.

    The only gotcha with this is that you must make sure the NLB File Directory in the Data Collection options is set to something the service will have permission to write to.

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