|System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x800706BA): The RPC server is unavailable. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800706BA)|
Try to following the second configuration method explained in this article
|Validation code produces error InteropServices.COMException (0x800A03EC): Exception from HRESULT: 0x800A03EC|
You're getting an exception because of the wrong formula.
I suggest you manually create data validation first and correct it until it
starts to work properly, I always do it that way. The most common message
from Excel when manually typing a wrong formula (in a data validation using
lists scenario) is:
The list source must be a delimited list or a reference to a single row
Take a look at these tutorials, they might help you understand the concept
of validation using lists in Excel:
Apply data validation to cells - office.microsoft.com
Excel Data Validation Introduction - contextures.com
|First-chance exception at 0x76F8277C in SensorTest.exe: Microsoft C++ exception: Platform::COMException ^ at memory location|
You can't test gyroscope code on the Windows Phone emulator at this time.
You cannot test this app on the emulator. The emulator doesn’t support
the gyroscope. You can only test this app on a registered phone.
Also beware that not all Windows Phones have gyroscope hardware.
See Application.Quit() method failing to clear process
There is also the option, of having your apllication check to see if the
exe is running, attempt to kill it manually in your finally, but I highly
advise against that.
|What causes a System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException at BackgroundAudioPlayer.get_Position()?|
That code is linked to MF_MEDIA_ENGINE_ERR_SRC_NOT_SUPPORTED but I'm
guessing that you do have sound.
I have found that the BackgroundAudioPlyer can be very weird. I wrap most
of my calls with a "Safe" extension method.
public static PlayState PlayerStateSafe(this BackgroundAudioPlayer source)
state = source.PlayerState;
state = PlayState.Unknown;
|outlook System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException was unhandled ErrorCode=-2147467259|
You are using multiple dot notation. Cache the value of dal.AddressEntries
before entering the loop.
Also, do you really need to loop through all entries in GAL? There can be
tens of thousands of entries in GAL.
Unfortunately Outlook does not expose the Table interface when working
with the address lists, it is only available with messages
(MAPIFolder.GetTable). If using Redemption is an option, you can use its
MAPITable object - it can be used directly with the Outlook.AddressEntries
object or you can use
RDOSession.AddressBook.GAL.AddressEntries.MAPITable.ExecSQL to retrieve
multiple properties from all items in a single call.
|c# Access of row after DataSet copy operation throws an exception of type 'System.ArgumentException'|
To access you objet in an exception treatment, write your code this way:
DataSet dsNew = dsOld.Copy();
... your code ...
... here you can access dsNew ...
|A first chance exception of type SocketException occurred in System.dll|
Could be a number of reasons. Or the exception is caused and handled within
the .Net framework itself. So ignore it and see whether your application
works. It could be the firewall. Turn it of to be sure. Are you sure you
are connecting to the right host + port ? Is the host pingable in the
network? Are you able to open the port with telnet?
|A first chance exception of type 'System.InvalidCastException' occurred in mscorlib.dll|
First-chance exceptions happen when you are debugging and it is the .NET
Framework's way of giving the debugger (i.e. Visual Studio) an opportunity
to handle the problem. If the debugger is unable to resolve the
first-chance exception, then it will become an exception that your code is
expected to handle. If your code does not handle the exception, then
ultimately the .NET Framework will handle it (i.e. yellow screen of death
You can ignore first-chance exceptions, because they are intended for the
debugger. In other words, your exception code (try-catch logic) will not
let you interact with first-chance exceptions.
|"A first chance exception of type 'System.BadImageFormatException' " after buildint on a 64-bit computer|
Your program is running as a 64-bit process. Your DLL contains 32-bit
unmanaged code. Kaboom.
You'll need to force your EXE to run as a 32-bit process so that DLL can be
loaded. Right-click your EXE project in the Solution Explorer window.
Properties, Build tab, change the Platform target setting from AnyCPU to
x86. On VS2012 and up tick the "Prefer 32-bit" option.
|Compile error: A first chance exception of type 'System.InvalidCastException' occurred in Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll|
You can use Decimal.TryParse - IsNumeric() is not necessarily the best
choice for checking if something is a number which you can use.
Private Sub bnOK_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles bnOK.Click
Dim decMidPointValue As Decimal
If Decimal.TryParse(txtMidPointValue.Text, decMidPointValue) Then
' decMidPointValue contains the parsed value.
Obj.lblAnnualMid.Text = decMidPointValue.ToString("C")
Obj.lblHourlyMid.Text = (decMidPointValue / 52 / 40).ToString("C")
' more code...
' could not be parsed as a Decimal; decMidPointValue is zero.
' inform user.
|having this error called "A first chance exception of type 'System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException' occurred in System.Data.dll"|
There are first chance exceptions and second chance exceptions; second
chance exceptions are the ones that your code attempt to handle, while
first chance exceptions are "seen" by the debugger. In other words, first
chance exceptions only matter when you are debugging.
Here is some MSDN documentation on First and second chance exception
|How can I convert the code System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal.Copy() to be used in VBA?|
You need to first determine what Guid classes are available to you and if
they don't provide a method to receive a GUID from a pointer, but do work
with a Byte array like the .NET Guid, then you need to convert the
Marshal.Copy call to a MemCpy call using
Declare Sub MemCpy Lib "kernel32.dll" Alias "RtlMoveMemory" (ByVal
Destination() As Byte, ByVal SourcePtr As Long, ByVal Length As Long)
Note I've adjusted the MemCpy declaration to expect a pointer already
converted to a Long and to copy to a Byte array.
So, your code could be (but remember I haven't checked what Guid classes
are available to you):
Private Function SYS_GuidPtrToGuid(ByVal p As Long) As Guid
Dim b(15) As Byte
MemCpy b, p, UBound(b) - LBound(b) + 1
SYS_GuidPtrToGuid = New Guid(b)
|A first chance exception of type 'System.Windows.Markup.XamlParseException' occurred in System.Windows.ni.dll|
Have you tried it without the async? Also, the example in the documentation
uses EventArgs rather than RoutedEventArgs, but I'm not sure that should
cause the exception you're seeing.
|System.UnauthorizedAccessException (A first chance exception)|
On some versions of windows, the program files directories are pretty well
locked down. This prevents errant users from damaging the parts of the file
system essential for correct OS running. If you run your debugger (and
application) with elevated privileges then it will pass.
|first chance exception system.web.httpexception file does not exist|
Since you don't have a code-behind file just take out the CodeBehind and
other server-side attributes from your Page directive:
<%@ Page Language="C#"%>
|Adding picture to powerpoint slides via C# throws The remote procedure call failed. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800706BE)|
Finally i solved the issue.used below code to addpicture
image to shape
The problem was, i was sending msoFalse for LinkToFile and msoTrue for
and now ,passing msoTrue for LinkToFile and msoFalse for SaveWithDocument
did my job.
|Error While opening PDFand Type mismatch. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80020005 (DISP_E_TYPEMISMATCH))|
Try this code:
string tEmpName= Path.GetTempFileName();
contoursPoly is a pointer to a vector.
contoursPoly[i] treats the pointer to the vector as an array of vectors,
and gets the ith one.
You want (*contoursPoly)[i], which first dereferences the pointer. And
probably the same for (*contours)[i].
In addition, it is possible that there is no reason to use a
contours = new vector<vector<Point>>();
contoursPoly = new vector<vector<Point>>();
then, remove the dereference *s from:
|RenderToJpegAsync() giving System.Runtime.InteropServices.SEHException|
I've solved it by capturing MediaElement into a WritableBitmap. Saving the
image requires ID_CAP_MEDIALIB capability as pointed out here
|Background Image is displayed OK at design time but compiler throws exception at runtime (when debugging)?|
hey KingBoy the problem is related to the properties that you have set for
your image..right now your image property is set to DesignTime.So make it
to Content and Copy Always Everything will just work fine.you can do this
by click on your image and then set its properties in property Window..hope
it helps you..
|protobuf-net Serializing System.Object With DynamicType Throws Exception|
The current implementation of Dynamic type does not support primitives. It
only supports contract types (other classes which have are somehow defined
From the wiki:
DynamicType - stores additional Type information with the type (by
default it includes the AssemblyQualifiedName, although this can be
controlled by the user). This makes it possible to serialize weak models,
i.e. where object is used for property members, however currently this is
limited to contract types (not primitives), and does not work for types
with inheritance (these limitations may be removed at a later time). Like
with AsReference, this uses a very different layout format
|An unhandled exception of type 'System.NullReferenceException' Array of System::String|
You are creating a new array of Picture but you are not filling the array
itself with any pictures so when you try to access the element at location
0 you will get null which is why you are getting the exception, you should
do something like:
TrackPicOnSlide = 2;
array<Picture::Picture^>^ ArrayPics = gcnew
ArrayPics = gcnew Picture;
ArrayPics->path = "HI";
|An unhandled exception of type 'System.InvalidOperationException' occurred in System.Data.dll|
You open your connection twice. As per documentation
- Cannot open a connection without specifying a data source or server.
- The connection is already open.
That is (probably) what causes the InvalidOperationException to be thrown.
|Runtime exception: XXX type was not found|
Though I would love to see an even better approach, my team on a project
where MEF was used decided to have the other projects that referenced third
party assemblies each perform a post build event like so:
xcopy /Y /I /D "$(TargetDir)*.*"
For this to work, of course, said third party references in the other
projects need to be set to "Copy Local" as well.
|The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception in InteropServices.SEHException|
Faulting application path: I:RPGvblibpropane.exe
This is probably the most significant hint in the exception details. The
exception code (0xc0000006) is a very low-level Windows error,
STATUS_IN_PAGE_ERROR, "The required data was not placed into memory because
of an I/O error". It occurs when the operating system needs to retrieve
data from the paging file or a memory mapped file and the file cannot be
The shoe fits, the drive letter is unusual and typically used to map to a
network share. .NET assemblies are loaded as memory mapped files, the
metadata and MSIL in them are loaded from the file dynamically as required
by the jitter to generate code for the methods in the assembly.
In other words, the network the customer uses isn't reliable enough. The
program crashes when
|Setting presenter property throws 'cannot be used as type parameter' exception|
I believe this has to do with your generic where constraints. You're
limiting TViewInterface to both IContextView of TContext, and IListView,
but this doesn't mean that IListView is an IContextView of TContext, just
that whatever type you use is both... Then the error clearly says you're
trying to use an IListView as a TViewInterface type, but since it doesn't
implement the IContextView interface, it fails.
|When trying to use google maps api calls I get runtime exception caused by nullpointer exception|
This is because you are trying to get map field right away after setting
content view, but it would be available only after fragment's
onCreateView() call, so you should deffer getting map and operating on it
|WP Runtime Component - Type load exception?|
You need to:
Add a reference to your managed DLL file (the wrapper),
Add a reference to your winmd metadata file (the WinPRT component),
Add your native DLL library file as a member of your project, with build
action to "Content" and "Copy always" selected.
Add a section to your manifest file:
This last point is the one that is auto-magically done by Visual Studio
when you reference a WinPRT project from a WP8 project ;-) I suppose not a
lot of people are referencing native libs manually, since t
|Is it possible to catch a runtime exception and throw an application exception instead in the same transaction ? (ejb)|
taking a step back here.... why would you want the second bean to persist
the same object if the first one already does.. and that too in the same
transaction? Maybe you should rethink the original solution before messing
with the way container handles this exception?
Coming back to your problem, is your Application exception a sub class of
RuntimeException by any chance? Also, if you have to do it this way, can
you maybe manually commit the transaction at this exception?
|Exception from HRESULT: 0xC00D36B4|
Try to follow the example explained in this page:
I follow it to save a video from a webcam (changing the given code in a
timely manner as you have already done by the code you've posted) and it
|Exception from HRESULT: 0xFFFFFFF8|
I'm not really sure about this but I think my error has something to do
with the datatype that I use. I use previously binary(255) to insert a long
binary fingerprint data in mysql. I think binary(255) is not enough to
store the long binary value of fingerprint.In my previous server which is
sql server, I use binary(1632) to store the fingerprint binary data. So I
changed it to BLOB datatype. So now it doesn't get an error.
|No Frills Magento Layout: createBlock throws exception "Invalid block type"|
Your config.xml file is incomplete. It should rather look like this :
<!-- Missing blocks and helpers definition here: -->
|First-chance exception (ntdll.dll)|
Even without having your full source code, the exception you're getting,
and the stack you show, look suspiciously similar to another solved Stack
"Unhandled exception at 0x777122D2 (ntdll.dll) in ArticxEngine.exe:
0xC0000005: Access violation writing location 0x00000004"
Your stack shows that Grid() is derived from SFML's Texture(), which is
derived in turn from GlResource(). The problem is that your grid is a
static variable which is getting constructed before GlResource()'s internal
The solution is the same as the other Stack Overflow posting: make sure
your Grid object is non-static and is constructed after your main() begins
|C# Winforms Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040154|
You need to install the Primary Interop Assemblies on the system. This
happens automatically on your development system since they are installed
with VisualStudio. Other systems will not necessarily have them installed.
Better yet, you should probably be deploying with an installer - this would
take care of the dependencies for you.
How to: Install Office Primary Interop Assemblies (MSDN)
Microsoft Office 2010: Primary Interop Assemblies Redistributable
2007 Microsoft Office System Update: Redistributable Primary Interop
Office 2003 Update: Redistributable Primary Interop Assemblies (download)
See Also : How to: Install the Visual Studio Tools for Office Runtime
|COM Exception HRESULT: 0xC00D1325 in C# winForm|
a simple google search for that HRESULT code specified this as the value:
The URL contains one or more characters that are not valid.
So, it seems you aren't pointing your player at a valid url for the second
You can see a list of HRESULT codes here
|An exception of type 'System.Net.WebException'|
Here is the gist of the problem - the WebException is a generic way to tell
you that something went wrong with the connection without necessarily
telling you what it is. It is all-encompassing, if you want to look at it
To actually get the reason the problem showed up, you will need to read the
response inside the catch block - the server will give you more details.
|Getting NHibernate error Exception of type 'Antlr.Runtime.NoViableAltException' was thrown|
The CreateQuery(), described here: 9.3.2. The IQuery interface, is the way
how to query your Entities with 14. HQL: The Hibernate Query Language.
I.e. you have to use your domain model names ProductGroups instead of the
table name [product groups]
//IQuery query = session.CreateQuery("FROM [product groups]");
IQuery query = session.CreateQuery("FROM ListModels.ProductGroups as pg");
|Lambda runtime exception 'variable ' ' of type ' ' referenced from scope '', but is not defined|
You're missing an open curly bracket after d is defined.
I have added a return as well.
Try the following:
DataMore1 dm1 = null;
DataMore2 dm2 = null;
var list = session.QueryOver<Data>()
.JoinAlias(data => data.DataMore1, () => dm1,
NHibernate.SqlCommand.JoinType.LeftOuterJoin, Expression.Eq("Segment", 0))
.JoinAlias(data => data.DataMore2, () => dm2,
NHibernate.SqlCommand.JoinType.LeftOuterJoin, Expression.Eq("Segment", 0))
return new Data ()
PlantID = d.PlantID,
AreaID = d.AreaID,
CellID = d.CellID,
DeviceID = d.DeviceID,
StartDateTime = d.StartDateTime,
DataPoint01 = d.DataPoint01,
|System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal class in Portable Class Libraries|
You cannot access Marshal class in Portable Class Library project with
support of anything else than .NET Framework and Windows Store App - by
design of .NET Framework as stated in resolution of relevant bug of .NET
Added below a screenshot as at MS Connect they tend to delete defects (as
here) from time to time: