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Event ID 5

Hello Everyone,

I have been looking for a solution on the web about the
error we got in the following:

Script Engine Exception. A ScriptEngine threw
expection 'C0000005' in 'IActiveScript::Close()'
from 'CActiveScriptEngine::FinalRelease()'..

It looks like that many people have the same problem and
no one seems to know why it happened and how to solve it.
So far, I cannot get any useful and specific
pointers/solutions on the web, not even on the Microsoft
site. If someone has the same error and is able to fix
it, please provide solution.

We are running Win 2000 server with SP4 and IIS 5.0. Our
server is loaded with all the updated patches from MS. We
are also using COM+ with IIS.

Thank you very much and any ideas/suggestions are highly
appreciated.

Thank you,
Sandy
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Hi Sandy,

The C0000005 error your getting is an access violation, and can usually
be trapped in code. Have you been able to track down which page is throwing
the error? I have seen that specific error several times with asp pages
accessing a backend database? Is there a db being used and what kind of
connection to it are you using?
I have also seen similar issues with custom com components complied with
older versions of the vbruntime dll. You may want to look at
241896 PRB: Threading Issues with Visual Basic 6.0 ActiveX Components
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=241896.
Also if your webservices are crashing like the event id 5 indicates you
may have a user.dmp file created by dr. watson that you can look at to see
where the crash is occuring.

Best regards,
Jason M. Murray [MSFT]
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| Hello Everyone,
|
| I have been looking for a solution on the web about the
| error we got in the following:
|
| Script Engine Exception. A ScriptEngine threw
| expection 'C0000005' in 'IActiveScript::Close()'
| from 'CActiveScriptEngine::FinalRelease()'..
|
| It looks like that many people have the same problem and
| no one seems to know why it happened and how to solve it.
| So far, I cannot get any useful and specific
| pointers/solutions on the web, not even on the Microsoft
| site. If someone has the same error and is able to fix
| it, please provide solution.
|
| We are running Win 2000 server with SP4 and IIS 5.0. Our
| server is loaded with all the updated patches from MS. We
| are also using COM+ with IIS.
|
| Thank you very much and any ideas/suggestions are highly
| appreciated.
|
| Thank you,
| Sandy
|

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