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Codexpert crashing

Ho together,
sorry if I port this here but this is driving me mad.

I am running an automatic code review based on state of the art tools like Jenkins and sonar, and by using the sonar PL SQL plugin which in the end will call toad.
This all worked fine till yesterday, when I noticed the process was not running anymore.

After several hours, I found that everything is boiling down to jenkins calling a command like this:
toad.exe -CX F:\path\to\ini\cxfile.ini

The ini file is there and looks also fine. Tryed to connect with sqlplus and the credentials from the INi and it works fine. So connection should not be the problem.

Now if I run this manually, it is not working.
Toad will start and I can see in the taskbar

  • Connecting to Server 1 of 1
  • Preparing for Scan
  • Crash, error message appears: Access violation at adress 00FFF0AB in module toad.exe. read of address 00000008.

I have also enabled debugging with debug=1 in toad.ini. log is generated but no errors in there, the last lines contains something like:
-> TTeamCoding.executequery (‘select table_name, table_owner FROM ALL_SYNONYMS WHERE owner=‘PUBLIC’ and synonym_name =’!SYN_TC!’)
<- TTeamCoding.executequery
Application.Run

Nothing else.

Any Idea??

thanks
manuel

Hi Manuel,

What version of Toad are you using?

Do you have Toad automatically login to your VCS provider?

Also, can you reach F:\path\to\ini\cxfile.ini from Toad (say, File Open in the Editor)?

John

Dear TOADers,

I am using version 11.0.0.116 and it has a very strange error:

The error happens if you accidentally run a query when the cursor point to the
second row with “;”.

Is it a known problem?

This is known and fixed for 11.5, but it's been determined that if you have 4
';' following your statement it will still AV. :slight_smile: Seriously though, 2 are fine
for 11.5, 4 are not.

Hey George,

This looks like it might be a random Windows error accessing memory. I’d
suggest existing out of Toad completely and restarting the application.

-John
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Hey George,

This looks like it might be a random Windows error accessing memory. I’d
suggest existing out of Toad completely and restarting the application.

-John

Hey George,

This looks like it might be a random Windows error accessing memory. I’d
suggest existing out of Toad completely and restarting the application.

-John
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Hehe… I spoke too soon… and stand corrected. Thanks, Mike!
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Hehe… I spoke too soon… and stand corrected. Thanks, Mike!
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Hehe… I spoke too soon… and stand corrected. Thanks, Mike!

Thanks, Michael, when is 11.5 going to be released?
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Thanks, Michael, when is 11.5 going to be released?