Can't Get ATEasy to Debug .NET DLL
Darrell L.
Mississauga, ON

Nov 5, 2013
17 Posts

Can't get ATEasy to debug .NET DLL

I've installed Visual Studio 2010 Professional, and have run the DotNet demo that comes with ATEasy. That works, no problem.

My problem however lies in the fact that when I try to create a .NET DLL from scratch and link to ATEasy as per the
procedure listed out here: https://www.marvintest.com/Forums/Thread.aspx?ID=129#390

It simply does not work... I keep receiving Error #420 from ATEasy (148c) when trying to create an instance of the object.

What am I missing?

Please see attached project files in order to be able to reproduce the issue.

Thanks,

Darrell.


File Attachment:
VS2010-ATEasy8DebugDemo.zip

Darrell L.
Mississauga, ON

Nov 5, 2013
17 Posts

Re: Can't get ATEasy to debug .NET DLL

And the 2nd project file (Forum didn't allow me to upload 2 files???)


File Attachment:
ATEasy8DotNetDemo.zip

Victor B.
Lake Forest, CA

Nov 5, 2013
91 Posts

Re: Can't get ATEasy to debug .NET DLL

Rename your CONFIG file to ATEasy8DebugDemo.exe.config and place in the same directory as ATEasy8DebugDemo.exe

Regards,
Victor Brode

Darrell L.
Mississauga, ON

Nov 6, 2013
17 Posts

Re: Can't get ATEasy to debug .NET DLL

Victor,

I've done as you suggested and still have not been successful (still getting Error #420)...

Also noticed that VS2010 tells me that my breakpoints won't be "hit" as no symbols have been loaded...

Any thoughts on this?

Cheers,

D.

Solution Available
Darrell L.
Mississauga, ON

Nov 7, 2013
17 Posts

Re: Can't get ATEasy to debug .NET DLL

The problem occurred because my ATEasy source code was residing on our Corporate fileserver.  

Moving the ATEasy source code to my local machine resolved the Error #420 issue.

Having the .NET code stored locally or on the fileserver made no difference.

All works as it should, now :)

Regards,

D.



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