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CodeXpert-Access violation at address 059E7A78. Read of address 059E7A78.


#1

hi all,
We have purchased Toad for Oracle Professional edition recently and having some difficulties in running it via command prompt.
First we got the “can’t initialize OCI error -1” and it got away once the oracle environment variables were set.
Now we get a different error saying
Access violation at address 059E7A78. Read of address 059E7A78.

This comes only when the codexpert is run from the command line. Otherwise for general GUI usage of CodeXpert from Toad itself, runs it without any prob.

Can any one please help us solving this issue? below are the ini file info we have used.

[OPTIONS]
CLEAR_ERROR_LOG=false
RULESET=C:\Program Files\Quest Software\Toad for Oracle 10.6\ClientFiles\RuleSets\Readability.rst
SEND_EMAIL=false
PASSWORDS_ENCRYPTED=false
INCLUDE_XML=true
OUTPUTDIR=D:\ERA\metric-web\releases\3.7.0\analyzer\tools\codexpert\out
INCLUDE_HTML=true
INCLUDE_SERVERSIDE_INSERT=false
HTMLFILENAME=codexpert-report.html
CODEXPERT_SCAN=true
SERVERSIDE_INSERT_RUNNAME=AUTOGENERATE
XMLFILENAME=codexpert-report.xml
SQL_SCAN=false
RSET=All Rules by Severity

[FILES]
FILE6=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_ADD_ONC_PMT_HISTORY.sql
FILE5=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_ADD_ONC_PAYMENT_AUDIT.sql
FILE4=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_ADD_ONC_PAYMENT.sql
FILE3=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_ADD_ONC_PAYEE_AUDIT.sql
FILE2=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_ADD_ONC_PAYEE.sql
FILE1=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\sample\sample.sql
FILE16=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_UPDATE_ONC_PAYMENT.sql
FILE15=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_UPDATE_ONC_PAYEE.sql
FILE14=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_TOTAL_ONC_AMT.sql
FILE13=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_GET_ONC_PAYMENT_LIST.sql
FILE9=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_FIND_ONC_PAYMENT.sql
FILE12=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_GET_ONC_PAYMENT_DETAILS.sql
FILE8=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_CHECK_ONC_PAYEE_EXISTS.sql
FILE11=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_GET_ONC_PAYEE_DETAILS.sql
FILE7=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_CANCEL_ONC_PAYMENT.sql
FILE10=C:\sample-sources\PLSQL\R\onc\SP_GET_ONC_FUNDING_ACCT_INFO.sql

[CONNECTIONS]
LOGIN1=system@XE
[PASSWORDS]
PASSWORD1=pass123


#2

Solved the issue by myself.
problem was an encoding conflict.
For some machines this may due to an incorrect setting of the Regional Settings (Control Panel)
In our case it was the system password which contained a ‘@’ character. When we removed it, worked fine…