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From Dragon <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problems connecting using Apache on Vista
Date Fri, 05 Sep 2008 17:10:50 GMT
Gley, David B CTR USAF AFMC HQ AFMC/A7AQ did speak thusly:
>A little background:  I have a client-server application that I 
>created using Delphi. The database server is a Windows 2003 
>operating system running Oracle and Oracle HTTP Server (Apache 
>1.3.34). eq_prod.dll is registered with Apache as a handler.  The 
>client connects to the database and all works well with this 
>configuration. Development was done on Windows XP running Apache 
>1.3.39.  I am able to run the client software and connect to the 
>database through either the local Apache on the development machine 
>or the Oracle Http Server on the database server.
>The problem comes when testing Vista Ultimate as my new development 
>platform.  I had no errors installing Apache 1.3.39 on Vista. Apache 
>seems to run with the same httpd.conf file that I used on Windows 
>XP. If I run my client software on Vista, I am able to connect to 
>the database through the Oracle Http Server on the database 
>server.  If I run the client using the local Apache I get the following error:
>"Access violation at address 02207FE26 in module 'eq_prod.dll'. Read 
>of address 0B37F330".
>eq_prod.dll is the name of my server component of the client-server 
>software.  Thinking that this may be a permissions error, I have 
>tried running Apache as an administrator, the client as 
>administrator, and both as administrator with no avail.  I get the 
>same error with minor changes in the two addresses regardless.
>An error.log file is created when Apache is ran but contains no data.
>Any suggestions,
>David Gley
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 From the error message, it sounds like the DLL is not Vista compatible.

The error message you are getting is saying that the program is 
attempting to access a location outside of its allocated protected 
memory space. That has nothing to do with Apache or what user it or 
the application are being run as.


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