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VO2740: debugging with .exe on network drive: show variable content wrong 04 Oct 2021 15:39 #19819

  • kitz


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  • Hello,
    because of security policies only exe's under program files and on network drives are allowed to connect to our sql servers.
    This is enforced by WIP (Windows Information Protection).
    As I deploy my internal programs on a network drive anyway, this is no problem.
    But if I try to debug an exe running on a network drive I often see valid content of variables neither by hovering over a variable nor by evaluate expression (Ctrl-X). E.g. there is a variable containing an array and it shows '.t.' or some statements later '%'.
    Of course I can insert text boxes to show the values and in this case I see correct values for the above example (Array address and count of members).
    Any clues how to fix this?
    Conversion to X# is in progress, but still a long way to go...
    BR Kurt

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    VO2740: debugging with .exe on network drive: show variable content wrong 05 Oct 2021 08:28 #19828

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  • Kurt
    VO 2740. That is from 2005. Really ? That was in the Windows XP days.
    I fear that it will be difficult to fix that.

    Robert
    XSharp Development Team
    The Netherlands

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    VO2740: debugging with .exe on network drive: show variable content wrong 05 Oct 2021 14:40 #19837

    • kitz


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  • Robert,
    I know, but just wanted to know if there are tips I could try.
    I have to do some modifications every month but I have not yet finished converting to X#. So these minor changes take more time which I would like to spend on conversion...
    BR Kurt

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