Subject RE: [IBO] Re: access violation in module fbclient.dll
Author Jason Wharton
I've no idea what to suggest. A better work around might be to Unprepare
the affected statement rather than do a Edit and Post.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: petesouthwest [mailto:petesouthwest@...]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2004 9:51 AM
> To:
> Subject: [IBO] Re: access violation in module fbclient.dll
> Hi again
> One of the procedures in the sequence causing the problem was
> opening a IBOquery. If, after opening the IBOquery, I chose an
> option that runs a procedure that caused IBOtable components to be
> opened, I then get the Access Violation error. I found that if I do
> a .edit and then .post for the IBOquery, I do not get the error
> running the second procedure.
> Can anyone please explain why this is. Although the original
> problem has gone, I am wary of the 'fix' as I am not sure why the
> problem was ocurring in the first place and now how I 'fixed' it.
> Many thanks for any help given
> Pete