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*Bender, Keith
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Repeated crashes trying to rotate/move component in assy

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11-19-2002 09:35 AM
I'm getting repeatable crashes when I insert a component into an assembly
and then try to rotate or move it. The component is an .IPT.

Anyone else seeing this?

' Crash Information
' ACCESS_VIOLATION
' Build: 106c Release: 6 SP1 - Date: Sun 11/10/2002
' Last command started class AMxUnconstrMoveCmd
' Last request completed Move Component
' Call Stack: Address = 20 rd.dll 0x004A8FE4 rd.dll 0x0009B317 rse.dll
0x00012BAD rse.dll 0x0005EA7C rse.dll 0x0001B8ED rse.dll 0x0005CF78 rse.dll
0x0005CA87 rse.dll 0x0001B067 rse.dll 0x0001BB5E rse.dll 0x00012270 rd.dll
0x00256001 rd.dll 0x00039E0E rd.dll 0x00039C54 rd.dll 0x00039B91 AM.dll
0x00019787 FW.dll 0x00010682 FW.dll 0x0000F9B5 AM.dll 0x00014B93 IvtEM.dll
0x0000309C IvtEM.dll 0x00002D16

' Crash Information
' ACCESS_VIOLATION
' Build: 106c Release: 6 SP1 - Date: Sun 11/10/2002
' Last command started class AMxRotateCmd
' Last request completed Move Component
' Call Stack: Address = 20 rd.dll 0x004A8FE4 rd.dll 0x0009B317 rse.dll
0x00012BAD rse.dll 0x0005EA7C rse.dll 0x0001B8ED rse.dll 0x0005CF78 rse.dll
0x0005CA87 rse.dll 0x0001B067 rse.dll 0x0001BB5E rse.dll 0x00012270 rd.dll
0x00256001 rd.dll 0x00039E0E rd.dll 0x00039C54 rd.dll 0x00039B91 AM.dll
0x00019787 FW.dll 0x00010682 FW.dll 0x0000F9B5 AM.dll 0x000AEAB0 IvtEM.dll
0x0000309C IvtEM.dll 0x00002D16

' Crash Information
' ACCESS_VIOLATION
' Build: 106c Release: 6 SP1 - Date: Sun 11/10/2002
' Last command started class AMxRotateCmd
' Last request completed Move Component
' Call Stack: Address = 20 rd.dll 0x004A8FE4 rd.dll 0x0009B317 rse.dll
0x00012BAD rse.dll 0x0005EA7C rse.dll 0x0001B8ED rse.dll 0x0005CF78 rse.dll
0x0005CA87 rse.dll 0x0001B067 rse.dll 0x0001BB5E rse.dll 0x00012270 rd.dll
0x00256001 rd.dll 0x00039E0E rd.dll 0x00039C54 rd.dll 0x00039B91 AM.dll
0x00019787 FW.dll 0x00010682 FW.dll 0x0000F9B5 AM.dll 0x000AEAB0 IvtEM.dll
0x0000309C IvtEM.dll 0x00002D16
*Bender, Keith
Message 2 of 9 (113 Views)

Re: Repeated crashes trying to rotate/move component in assy

11-19-2002 09:41 AM in reply to: *Bender, Keith
Well, I guess it is just repeated crashes...

Here is the last one...

' Crash Information
' ACCESS_VIOLATION
' Build: 106c Release: 6 SP1 - Date: Sun 11/10/2002
' Last command completed class UCxZoomWindowCmd
' Last request completed Place/Edit Constraint
' Call Stack: Address = 20 ntdll.dll 0x0004B9AE MSVCRT.dll 0x0000115C
MSVCRT.dll 0x00010E4D MSVCRT.dll 0x000211D6 utx.dll 0x0003C900 utx.dll
0x00002063 Uc.dll 0x001BEF3C Uc.dll 0x001BD067 MFC42u.DLL 0x00001C9C
MFC42u.DLL 0x000019D1 MFC42u.DLL 0x0000195A MFC42u.DLL 0x000018E2 MFC42u.DLL
0x000018A1 USER32.dll 0x00001D0A USER32.dll 0x00002BCC USER32.dll 0x00002B84
ntdll.dll 0x000202FF AM.dll 0x0001E3AF AM.dll 0x0006D41C IvtEM.dll
0x00003AEE

"Keith Bender" wrote in message
news:3AC0D4375F015D8DEAABCF58ED3C6789@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> I'm getting repeatable crashes when I insert a component into an assembly
> and then try to rotate or move it. The component is an .IPT.
>
> Anyone else seeing this?
>
> ' Crash Information
> ' ACCESS_VIOLATION
> ' Build: 106c Release: 6 SP1 - Date: Sun 11/10/2002
> ' Last command started class AMxUnconstrMoveCmd
> ' Last request completed Move Component
> ' Call Stack: Address = 20 rd.dll 0x004A8FE4 rd.dll 0x0009B317 rse.dll
> 0x00012BAD rse.dll 0x0005EA7C rse.dll 0x0001B8ED rse.dll 0x0005CF78
rse.dll
> 0x0005CA87 rse.dll 0x0001B067 rse.dll 0x0001BB5E rse.dll 0x00012270 rd.dll
> 0x00256001 rd.dll 0x00039E0E rd.dll 0x00039C54 rd.dll 0x00039B91 AM.dll
> 0x00019787 FW.dll 0x00010682 FW.dll 0x0000F9B5 AM.dll 0x00014B93 IvtEM.dll
> 0x0000309C IvtEM.dll 0x00002D16
>
> ' Crash Information
> ' ACCESS_VIOLATION
> ' Build: 106c Release: 6 SP1 - Date: Sun 11/10/2002
> ' Last command started class AMxRotateCmd
> ' Last request completed Move Component
> ' Call Stack: Address = 20 rd.dll 0x004A8FE4 rd.dll 0x0009B317 rse.dll
> 0x00012BAD rse.dll 0x0005EA7C rse.dll 0x0001B8ED rse.dll 0x0005CF78
rse.dll
> 0x0005CA87 rse.dll 0x0001B067 rse.dll 0x0001BB5E rse.dll 0x00012270 rd.dll
> 0x00256001 rd.dll 0x00039E0E rd.dll 0x00039C54 rd.dll 0x00039B91 AM.dll
> 0x00019787 FW.dll 0x00010682 FW.dll 0x0000F9B5 AM.dll 0x000AEAB0 IvtEM.dll
> 0x0000309C IvtEM.dll 0x00002D16
>
> ' Crash Information
> ' ACCESS_VIOLATION
> ' Build: 106c Release: 6 SP1 - Date: Sun 11/10/2002
> ' Last command started class AMxRotateCmd
> ' Last request completed Move Component
> ' Call Stack: Address = 20 rd.dll 0x004A8FE4 rd.dll 0x0009B317 rse.dll
> 0x00012BAD rse.dll 0x0005EA7C rse.dll 0x0001B8ED rse.dll 0x0005CF78
rse.dll
> 0x0005CA87 rse.dll 0x0001B067 rse.dll 0x0001BB5E rse.dll 0x00012270 rd.dll
> 0x00256001 rd.dll 0x00039E0E rd.dll 0x00039C54 rd.dll 0x00039B91 AM.dll
> 0x00019787 FW.dll 0x00010682 FW.dll 0x0000F9B5 AM.dll 0x000AEAB0 IvtEM.dll
> 0x0000309C IvtEM.dll 0x00002D16
>
>
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jclark
Posts: 49
Registered: ‎12-12-2003
Message 3 of 9 (113 Views)

Re:

11-19-2002 01:45 PM in reply to: *Bender, Keith
I wouldopen the part and jerk it around a little to make sure aht it is a good part. I have had some strange things happen once in a while. Waht I do is save the assembly and shut down completly. Restart and open the assembly and try again. thy bringing some other part in and se if taht will also cause a crash. Every once in a while I wil try to move or rotate by constraints some thing that is aready set, instead of the red cross I get a instant close of inventor and I am looking at my desktop. Just try to work around it.
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jclark
Posts: 49
Registered: ‎12-12-2003
Message 4 of 9 (113 Views)

Re:

11-19-2002 01:46 PM in reply to: *Bender, Keith
I should also try to type a little better.
*Bender, Keith
Message 5 of 9 (113 Views)

Re:

11-19-2002 02:20 PM in reply to: *Bender, Keith
Thanks,

 

Yes, I've discovered that it is just this one .IPT
that seems to be creating the problem (it was created fresh in IV6SP1). 
I'll be doing some more experimenting with it to see just what feature (or
whatever) is causing the problem.  I tried a total rebuild of the part, and
received access violation error, power exits, etc...  If I get time, I
might upload to CF tomorrow and see what others find.  So far, I've seen
troubles rotating the part within an assembly, moving within an assembly,
constraining within an assembly, rebuilding the .ipt, saving the .ipt, opening
the .ipt, etc... I'll probably start deleting features to see what is offending
(I'm suspecting emboss of a custom truetype font).


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
I
wouldopen the part and jerk it around a little to make sure aht it is a good
part. I have had some strange things happen once in a while. Waht I do is save
the assembly and shut down completly. Restart and open the assembly and try
again. thy bringing some other part in and se if taht will also cause a crash.
Every once in a while I wil try to move or rotate by constraints some thing
that is aready set, instead of the red cross I get a instant close of inventor
and I am looking at my desktop. Just try to work around
it.
*KJohnson
Message 6 of 9 (113 Views)

Re:

11-19-2002 09:01 PM in reply to: *Bender, Keith
Try this roll up the end of part to the first
feature and do a rebuild. Move down a feature, rebuild until you find the
culprit.

 

Kathy Johnson


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Thanks,

 

Yes, I've discovered that it is just this one
.IPT that seems to be creating the problem (it was created fresh in
IV6SP1).  I'll be doing some more experimenting with it to see just what
feature (or whatever) is causing the problem.  I tried a total rebuild of
the part, and received access violation error, power exits, etc...  If I
get time, I might upload to CF tomorrow and see what others find.  So
far, I've seen troubles rotating the part within an assembly, moving within an
assembly, constraining within an assembly, rebuilding the .ipt, saving the
.ipt, opening the .ipt, etc... I'll probably start deleting features to see
what is offending (I'm suspecting emboss of a custom truetype
font).


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
I
wouldopen the part and jerk it around a little to make sure aht it is a good
part. I have had some strange things happen once in a while. Waht I do is
save the assembly and shut down completly. Restart and open the assembly and
try again. thy bringing some other part in and se if taht will also cause a
crash. Every once in a while I wil try to move or rotate by constraints some
thing that is aready set, instead of the red cross I get a instant close of
inventor and I am looking at my desktop. Just try to work around
it.
*Bender, Keith
Message 7 of 9 (113 Views)

Re:

11-20-2002 01:00 AM in reply to: *Bender, Keith
Thanks Kathy,

 

I'll try that later and let you know if it
helps.

 

Keith


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Try this roll up the end of part to the first
feature and do a rebuild. Move down a feature, rebuild until you find the
culprit.

 

Kathy Johnson


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Thanks,

 

Yes, I've discovered that it is just this one
.IPT that seems to be creating the problem (it was created fresh in
IV6SP1).  I'll be doing some more experimenting with it to see just
what feature (or whatever) is causing the problem.  I tried a total
rebuild of the part, and received access violation error, power exits,
etc...  If I get time, I might upload to CF tomorrow and see what
others find.  So far, I've seen troubles rotating the part within an
assembly, moving within an assembly, constraining within an assembly,
rebuilding the .ipt, saving the .ipt, opening the .ipt, etc... I'll probably
start deleting features to see what is offending (I'm suspecting emboss of a
custom truetype font).


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
I
wouldopen the part and jerk it around a little to make sure aht it is a
good part. I have had some strange things happen once in a while. Waht I
do is save the assembly and shut down completly. Restart and open the
assembly and try again. thy bringing some other part in and se if taht
will also cause a crash. Every once in a while I wil try to move or rotate
by constraints some thing that is aready set, instead of the red cross I
get a instant close of inventor and I am looking at my desktop. Just try
to work around it.
*Bender, Keith
Message 8 of 9 (113 Views)

Re:

11-20-2002 06:33 AM in reply to: *Bender, Keith
I'm still having trouble with this part - quite
often I'll get this message just before crash..."Error loading segment
PmBRepSegment in database\\PATH\FILENAME.IPT.

 

I tried the rebuild, rolling down one feature at a
time, and seems to sometimes make it through, and other times fails on the first
feature.  Seems intermittent.  I'll post to CF.  Please if
anybody has time, see if you repeat the problem, and have any more suggestions
for fixing.

 

Thanks, Keith


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Thanks Kathy,

 

I'll try that later and let you know if it
helps.

 

Keith


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Try this roll up the end of part to the first
feature and do a rebuild. Move down a feature, rebuild until you find
the culprit.

 

Kathy Johnson


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Thanks,

 

Yes, I've discovered that it is just this one
.IPT that seems to be creating the problem (it was created fresh in
IV6SP1).  I'll be doing some more experimenting with it to see just
what feature (or whatever) is causing the problem.  I tried a total
rebuild of the part, and received access violation error, power exits,
etc...  If I get time, I might upload to CF tomorrow and see what
others find.  So far, I've seen troubles rotating the part within an
assembly, moving within an assembly, constraining within an assembly,
rebuilding the .ipt, saving the .ipt, opening the .ipt, etc... I'll
probably start deleting features to see what is offending (I'm suspecting
emboss of a custom truetype font).


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
I
wouldopen the part and jerk it around a little to make sure aht it is a
good part. I have had some strange things happen once in a while. Waht I
do is save the assembly and shut down completly. Restart and open the
assembly and try again. thy bringing some other part in and se if taht
will also cause a crash. Every once in a while I wil try to move or
rotate by constraints some thing that is aready set, instead of the red
cross I get a instant close of inventor and I am looking at my desktop.
Just try to work around
it.
*Bender, Keith
Message 9 of 9 (113 Views)

Re:

11-20-2002 06:46 AM in reply to: *Bender, Keith
Just posted it to CF.

 

Keith


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

I'm still having trouble with this part - quite
often I'll get this message just before crash..."Error loading segment
PmBRepSegment in database\\PATH\FILENAME.IPT.

 

I tried the rebuild, rolling down one feature at
a time, and seems to sometimes make it through, and other times fails on the
first feature.  Seems intermittent.  I'll post to CF.  Please
if anybody has time, see if you repeat the problem, and have any more
suggestions for fixing.

 

Thanks, Keith


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Thanks Kathy,

 

I'll try that later and let you know if it
helps.

 

Keith


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Try this roll up the end of part to the first
feature and do a rebuild. Move down a feature, rebuild until you find
the culprit.

 

Kathy Johnson


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

Thanks,

 

Yes, I've discovered that it is just this
one .IPT that seems to be creating the problem (it was created fresh in
IV6SP1).  I'll be doing some more experimenting with it to see just
what feature (or whatever) is causing the problem.  I tried a total
rebuild of the part, and received access violation error, power exits,
etc...  If I get time, I might upload to CF tomorrow and see what
others find.  So far, I've seen troubles rotating the part within
an assembly, moving within an assembly, constraining within an assembly,
rebuilding the .ipt, saving the .ipt, opening the .ipt, etc... I'll
probably start deleting features to see what is offending (I'm
suspecting emboss of a custom truetype font).


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
I
wouldopen the part and jerk it around a little to make sure aht it is
a good part. I have had some strange things happen once in a while.
Waht I do is save the assembly and shut down completly. Restart and
open the assembly and try again. thy bringing some other part in and
se if taht will also cause a crash. Every once in a while I wil try to
move or rotate by constraints some thing that is aready set, instead
of the red cross I get a instant close of inventor and I am looking at
my desktop. Just try to work around
it.

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