Attached is a snapshot on an error msg I occasionally get. It happens when I try to close a nx file (.sim) and may or may not be related to me running some Nx customisation code (uncompiled.vb file)
Does anyone know what is this 'Storage Manager' mention in the message?
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No use of .Free (but then I don't knwo what it is!). I do have a few .Dispose
I don't really do memory management because my "programme" are very small and used occasionally.
As I doing some testing/developing and the test code crashes I might be "storing" things
There is no need to manage memory, since this is done by the storage manager automatically.
You might dispose an object too early, so check for that.
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I think the storage manager is the "tool" managing memory as you are running NX, including your custom code.
One thing will help -- check the SYSLOG file after this occurs. THere should be a "call stack" of information of where the error occurred. This might help you determine something more about the error.
Can you attach all the LINES OF THE ERROR from the syslog information?
Were there any lines in there that identified lines in your code?
one thought -- maybe you DISPOSED of something you were not supposed to do and then when the system tried to do it the error occurred?