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Subject: Method '~' of object '~' failed (Error Code: -2147417848 / 0x80010108) - ASP

We have a strange and very disturbing problem: Every view hours a vb6 web application fails with the following error: Error Message: Method '~' of object '~' failed Error Code: -2147417848 (0x80010108, RPC_E_DISCONNECTED) Before the application fails the same code was executed hunderds of time. An iisreset doesn't recover from the error, a reboot is required to recover from the error. I've googled for hours, checked MS KB and didn't find any adequate information or help. More details: - Server W2K, SP3 - ADO 2.7 SP1 refresh (MDAC installation is ok, checked by MS, Q255986 is not appropriate) - ASP ...

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    Default Subject: Method '~' of object '~' failed (Error Code: -2147417848 / 0x80010108)


    We have a strange and very disturbing problem: Every view
    hours a vb6 web application fails with the following error:

    Error Message: Method '~' of object '~' failed
    Error Code: -2147417848 (0x80010108, RPC_E_DISCONNECTED)

    Before the application fails the same code was executed
    hunderds of time.

    An iisreset doesn't recover from the error, a reboot is
    required to recover from the error.

    I've googled for hours, checked MS KB and didn't find any
    adequate information or help.

    More details:

    - Server W2K, SP3
    - ADO 2.7 SP1 refresh (MDAC installation is ok, checked by
    MS, Q255986 is not appropriate)
    - ASP web application using compiled VB6 classes. No MTS
    is used. The ASP pages calls one DLL (A), A call a 2nd DLL
    (B). The error is received at the statement in DLL A which
    calls DLL B. DLL B has error handlers in every function,
    but none of these error handlers is triggered (!). It
    seems that DLL A looses somehow the "contact" with DLL B.
    Also the RPC_E_DISCONNECTED seems to be an indication for
    a general problem with COM. Before the error occurs the
    same code is executed over and over again, after the error
    occured once a reboot is required to recover.

    - MSInet.ocx is not used (Q254908 is not appropriate)
    - KB articels regarding "Method '~' of object '~' failed "
    checked Q255733, Q255733, Q318519, Q253661, Q264701,
    Q811189 but all are not appropriate because they reference
    lower SP levels of W2K or another Error Code (not -
    2147417848)
    - SQL Server installed on a remote server

    Does anybody know the reason of this error or how to avoid
    it?

    Gerhard


    Gerhard Raab Guest

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    Default RE: Subject: Method '~' of object '~' failed (Error Code: -2147417848 / 0x80010108)

    Hi Gerhard,

    The error "Method ~ of object ~failed" is a very general error and it is
    difficult to say exactly what could be causing this. This is most often
    caused by a client making several calls to different ActiveX servers. In
    your case, you may first try to find which call it is. Since the problem
    occured when object in DLL B was created, you may add some debug code to
    it, for example, log some information in a text file to record what lines
    has been executed.

    Additionally, you may check the components used in DLL B. You may try to
    reinstall these components on the computer, for example ado (MDAC). A
    corrupted install also may cause such an problem

    Luke
    Microsoft Online Support

    Get Secure! [url]www.microsoft.com/security[/url]
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