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Windows application crashing on a single machine

HI All,
I have created a MFC exe using VC++ .NET 2003 on Windows XP Prof
service pack 2 and it works properly on my machine, but when I run the
same exe on a different machine (Windows XP Prof SP-2), The application

is bought up and after some time its throwing a windows xp error dialog

box saying,

I am also running the same application on 2 more machines there
everything works fine.

Here is thr Windows XP error dialog box that appreas when its crashed
TODO: <File descriptionhas encountered a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry for any inconenience.

If you are in the middle of something, the information you were working

on might be lost.
Please tell Microsoft about this problem.
blab blah....
I have function called OnNotifyNewData (WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam)
which appreas to be cauing the problem. When I run the application
commenting this function its didnt crashed.

LRESULT CUserViewFrame::OnNotifyNewData (WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam)
{
const char* strVariable("CUserViewFrame::OnNotifyNewData START");
const char* strValue("6");
CUtility::LogDebugInfo( strVariable, strValue);

WRITE_LOG_FUNCTION_ENTRY("LRESULT CUserViewFrame::OnNotifyNewData
(WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam)")

PInstData pInstData = (PInstData)wParam;
if (!pInstData) return 0;

CString csText;
char buffer[255];
LVFINDINFO info;
int iIndex = 0;

PSystemSetting pSystemSetting = CSystemSetting::GetObject();

info.flags = LVFI_WRAP|LVFI_STRING;
std::vector<CMarketData>::const_iterator iter;
std::vector<CParticipant>::const_iterator iterpart;

const std::vector<CMarketData& userListBid =
pInstData->GetMarketDataBid();
for (iter = userListBid.begin(); iter != userListBid.end(); iter++)
{
const std::vector<CParticipant& participants =
iter->GetParticipants();
for (iterpart = participants.begin(); iterpart != participants.end();
iterpart++)
{
if (iterpart->GetSize() 0.0 && iter->GetPrice() 0.0)
{
memset(&buffer, 0, sizeof(buffer));
if (sizeof(iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/) 255
continue;
//sprintf(buffer, "%s", iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/);
info.psz = iterpart->GetUserName();
iIndex = m_ctrlUserListCtrl.FindItem(&info);
if (iIndex == -1)
{ // insert the item
iIndex = m_ctrlUserListCtrl.GetItemCount();

if (sizeof(iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/) 255
continue;
//csText.Format(TEXT("%s"), iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()
csText = iterpart->GetUserName(); //Sanjeev 012407
int size = iterpart->GetUserName().GetLength();
char bufsize[20];
memset(&bufsize, 0, sizeof(bufsize));
_itoa(size,bufsize,10);
CUtility::LogDebugInfo( "OnNotifyNewData - BID UserName", bufsize);
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.InsertItem(LVIF_TEXT|LVIF_STATE , iIndex, csText,
0, LVIS_SELECTED, 0, 0);
char * pchText = new char [csText.GetLength() + 1];
strcpy(pchText, (LPCTSTR)csText);
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemData(iIndex, (DWORD)pchText);
}
if (sizeof(pInstData->GetInstName()/*.c_str()*/) 255)
continue;
//csText.Format(TEXT("%s"),
pInstData->GetInstName()/*.c_str()*/); csText =
pInstData->GetInstName();
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemText(iIndex,
eUserViewListColumn::BID_INST, csText);

memset(&buffer, 0, sizeof(buffer));
sprintf(buffer, "%%.%df", pSystemSetting->GetDecimalSize());
csText.Format(buffer, iterpart->GetSize());
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemText(iIndex,
eUserViewListColumn::BID_SIZE, csText);

memset(&buffer, 0, sizeof(buffer));
sprintf(buffer, "%%.%df", pSystemSetting->GetDecimalPrice());
csText.Format(buffer, iter->GetPrice());
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemText(iIndex,

eUserViewListColumn::BID_PRICE, csText);

if (sizeof(iterpart->GetTimestamp().c_str()) 255)
continue;
csText.Format("%s", iterpart->GetTimestamp().c_str());
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemText(iIndex,
eUserViewListColumn::BID_TIME, csText);
}
}
}

const std::vector<CMarketData& userListAsk =
pInstData->GetMarketDataAsk();
for (iter = userListAsk.begin(); iter != userListAsk.end(); iter++)
{
const std::vector<CParticipant& participants =
iter->GetParticipants();
for (iterpart = participants.begin(); iterpart != participants.end();
iterpart++)
{
if (iterpart->GetSize() 0.0 && iter->GetPrice() 0.0)
{
memset(&buffer, 0, sizeof(buffer));
if (sizeof(iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/) 255)
continue;
//sprintf(buffer, "%s", iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/);
int size = iterpart->GetUserName().GetLength();
char bufsize[20];
memset(&bufsize, 0, sizeof(bufsize));
_itoa(size,bufsize,10);
CUtility::LogDebugInfo( "OnNotifyNewData - ASK UserName", bufsize);
info.psz = iterpart->GetUserName();
iIndex = m_ctrlUserListCtrl.FindItem(&info);
if (iIndex == -1)
{ // insert the item
iIndex = m_ctrlUserListCtrl.GetItemCount();
if (sizeof(iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/) 255)
continue;
//csText.Format(TEXT("%s"), iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/);
csText = iterpart->GetUserName();
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.InsertItem(LVIF_TEXT|LVIF_STATE , iIndex, csText,
0, LVIS_SELECTED, 0, 0);
char * pchText = new char [csText.GetLength() + 1];
strcpy(pchText, (LPCTSTR)csText);
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemData(iIndex, (DWORD)pchText);
}
if (sizeof(pInstData->GetInstName()/*.c_str()*/) 255)
continue;
//csText.Format(TEXT("%s"), pInstData->GetInstName().c_str());
csText = pInstData->GetInstName();
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemText(iIndex,

eUserViewListColumn::ASK_INST, csText);

memset(&buffer, 0, sizeof(buffer));
sprintf(buffer, "%%.%df", pSystemSetting->GetDecimalSize());
csText.Format(buffer, iterpart->GetSize());
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemText(iIndex,

eUserViewListColumn::ASK_SIZE, csText);

memset(&buffer, 0, sizeof(buffer));
sprintf(buffer, "%%.%df", pSystemSetting->GetDecimalPrice());
csText.Format(buffer, iter->GetPrice());
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemText(iIndex,

eUserViewListColumn::ASK_PRICE, csText);

if (sizeof(iterpart->GetTimestamp().c_str()) 255)
continue;
csText.Format("%s", iterpart->GetTimestamp().c_str());
m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SetItemText(iIndex,

eUserViewListColumn::ASK_TIME, csText);
}
}
}

VERIFY(m_ctrlUserListCtrl.SortItems( CompareFunction, r

einterpret_cast<DWORD>(&m_ctrlUserListCtrl)));

WRITE_LOG_FUNCTION_EXIT("LRESULT
CUserViewFrame::OnNotifyNewData (WPARAM wParam,
PARAM
lParam)")

const char* strVariable1("CUserViewFrame::OnNotifyNewData END");
CUtility::LogDebugInfo( strVariable1, strValue);

return 0;
}
Is there any chance the sprintf or CString Format function is creating
this problem.

I have spent lot of time it undertsanding this bug with no success. Any
help would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Sandy

Jan 24 '07 #1
1 1703
Sandy a écrit :
[snip]
if (sizeof(iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/) 255
continue;
I guess iterpart->GetUserName() returns a kind of string (CString?)
Then you have to use the .size() method and not sizeof (which returns
the size of the class).

//sprintf(buffer, "%s", iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/);
Instead of using sprintf, you can use sstream;
ostringstream os;
os<<iterpart->GetUserName();
....
os.str(); //get resulting string

If you prefer to use sprintf, use the c_str() method (that you commented
out).
>
if (sizeof(iterpart->GetUserName()/*.c_str()*/) 255
continue;
Idem and so on
[snip]
sprintf(buffer, "%%.%df", pSystemSetting->GetDecimalSize());
csText.Format(buffer, iterpart->GetSize());
If Format accepts classical format, you can 'simply' use * to specify
the width:
csText.Format(buffer,"%.*f",
pSystemSetting->GetDecimalSize(),
iterpart->GetSize());

I expect your sprintf implementation works with it .

Michael
Jan 24 '07 #2

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