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The memory could not be written

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38789 Dec 19,2005 03:11 PM UTC Dec 19,2005 05:15 PM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: XlsIO
Adrian White
Asked On December 19, 2005 03:11 PM UTC

Hi I get the following error message when trying to open a .xls file created by xlsio. ***************************** The instruction at "0x3005c5eb" referenced memory at "0x00000018". The memory could not be "written". Click on OK to terminate the program. ***************************** I''d really appreciate some help on this matter. Here are a couple of relevant facts.... 1) I''m using Excel 2000 sp3. 2) The .xls file is created from a .xls template file which I populate with data using xlsio and save under a different name. The template file opens fine on it''s own. 3) The issue does not seem to occur if I only run one report but if I run several within the same process I get the memory problem. Thanks in advance Adrian

template xlsio.zip

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 19, 2005 05:15 PM UTC

Hi Adrian, It is likely that there is a bug in XlsIO which produced an corrupt spreadsheet.Would it be possible to send me the sample code that produces the error. I will try to reproduce the problem by filling the template with some dummy data. You can create a Direc-Trac incident so that your information remains confidential instead of posting on the public forums. http://syncfusion.com/Support/DirectTrac/logon.aspx?URL=/Support/DirectTrac/default.aspx Thanks, Stephen.


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