Windows error 0x000000E0, 224

Detailed Error Information

FORMS_AUTH_REQUIRED[1]

MessageAccess Denied. Before opening files in this location, you must first add the web site to your trusted sites list, browse to the web site, and select the option to login automatically.
Declared inwinerror.h

This appears to be a raw Win32 error. More information may be available in error 0x800700E0.

ACPI_BIOS_FATAL_ERROR[2]

This is a Blue Screen of Death stop code. More information is available in the Knowledge Base article Bug Check 0xE0: ACPI_BIOS_FATAL_ERROR.

HRESULT analysis[3]

This is probably not the correct interpretation of this error. The Win32 error above is more likely to indicate the actual problem.
FlagsSeveritySuccess

This code indicates success, rather than an error. This may not be the correct interpretation of this code, or possibly the program is handling errors incorrectly.

Reserved (R)false
OriginMicrosoft
NTSTATUSfalse
Reserved (X)false
FacilityCode0 (0x000)
NameFACILITY_NULL[3][1]
DescriptionThe default facility code.[3][1]
Error Code224 (0x00e0)

Possible solutions

2

Assembly What are *ALL* possible arithmetic possibilities in brackets?

assembly
x86
addressing-mode

What's inside the brackets are address expressions. The Intel x86 family of processors supports certain address operations, like having a base register, adding an offset, and scaling with 2,4 or 8. Some assemblers allow dotted references to fields in structures as part of the base offset expression. Except for calculating the base offset, the 'math' inside the brackets is not math done at assembly time but the encoding of the address portion of the instruction to be calculated at run-time.

2

g++ symbol versioning. Set it to GCC_3.0 using version 4 of g++

g++
jni

No. They are mean to be incompatible. You have to use a older version of g++.

Also, the different is at libstdc++.so.5 and libstdc++.so.6.

answered on Stack Overflow Jun 29, 2009 by J-16 SDiZ
2

How to upload a file with unique name in Visual Studio Webtest

visual-studio
load-testing
web-testing
webtest

You may get into trouble if you upload many files in term as per millisecond, are you?

for your reference, this is the actual code that generates the unique filename, it uses a time stamp with millisecond resolution.

<!-- language: c# -->
internal string GenerateUniqueFileName()
    {
        string fileName = this.FileName;
        if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(this.FileName))
        {
            string str = Path.GetFileName(this.FileName);
            if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(str))
            {
                if (!this.m_useGuids)
                {
                    CultureInfo invariantCulture = CultureInfo.get_InvariantCulture();
                    object[] objArray = new object[2];
                    DateTime now = DateTime.get_Now();

                    //--- Here:
                    objArray[0] = now.ToString("ddMMyyyyhhmmssfff", CultureInfo.get_InvariantCulture());
                    objArray[1] = str;
                    str = string.Format(invariantCulture, "{0}{1}", objArray);
                }
                else
                {
                    Guid guid = Guid.NewGuid();
                    string str1 = guid.ToString().Replace("-", string.Empty);
                    str = string.Format(CultureInfo.get_InvariantCulture(), "{0}{1}", new object[] { str1, str });
                }
                fileName = str;
            }
            if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(Path.GetDirectoryName(this.FileName)))
            {
                fileName = Path.Combine(Path.GetDirectoryName(this.FileName), fileName);
            }
        }
        return fileName;
    }

I tried to reproduce your error, but it behaves as expected. The only change I did was to set an absolute file path in PostParameter FileName to get it running, because it was not copied correctly to the Out Folder for MSTest.

Can you show a more detailed debug of a single run webtest?

please check your form post parameter, it should look like this:

enter image description here

and: leave the file upload name empty if generate unique name:

enter image description here

answered on Stack Overflow Mar 4, 2018 by Falco Alexander • edited Mar 6, 2018 by Falco Alexander
2

Assembly What are *ALL* possible arithmetic possibilities in brackets?

assembly
x86
addressing-mode

Maybe these tables for to build a Mod R/M-Byte is helpfull to show wich combination is possible for to build an address with the 16 bit and 32 bit base and index registers.

Format of Postbyte(Mod R/M from Intel)
--------------------------------------
MM RRR MMM

MM  - Memeory addressing mode
RRR - Register operand address
MMM - Memoy operand address

RRR Register Names
Filds  8bit  16bit  32bit
000    AL     AX     EAX
001    CL     CX     ECX
010    DL     DX     EDX
011    Bl     BX     EBX
100    AH     SP     ESP
101    CH     BP     EBP
110    DH     SI     ESI
111    BH     DI     EDI

---

16bit memory (No 32 bit memory address prefix)
MMM   Default MM Field
Field Sreg     00        01          10             11=MMM is reg
000   DS       [BX+SI]   [BX+SI+o8]  [BX+SI+o16]
001   DS       [BX+DI]   [BX+DI+o8]  [BX+DI+o16]
010   SS       [BP+SI]   [BP+SI+o8]  [BP+SI+o16]
011   SS       [BP+DI]   [BP+DI+o8]  [BP+DI+o16]
100   DS       [SI]      [SI+o8]     [SI+o16]
101   DS       [DI]      [DI+o8]     [SI+o16]
110   SS       [o16]     [BP+o8]     [BP+o16]
111   DS       [BX]      [BX+o8]     [BX+o16]
Note: MMM=110,MM=0 Default Sreg is DS !!!!

32bit memory (Has 67h 32 bit memory address prefix)
MMM   Default MM Field
Field Sreg     00        01          10             11=MMM is reg
000   DS       [EAX]     [EAX+o8]    [EAX+o32]
001   DS       [ECX]     [ECX+o8]    [ECX+o32]
010   DS       [EDX]     [EDX+o8]    [EDX+o32]
011   DS       [EBX]     [EBX+o8]    [EBX+o32]
100   SIB      [SIB]     [SIB+o8]    [SIB+o32]
101   SS       [o32]     [EBP+o8]    [EBP+o32]
110   DS       [ESI]     [ESI+o8]    [ESI+o32]
111   DS       [EDI]     [EDI+o8]    [EDI+o32]
Note: MMM=110,MM=0 Default Sreg is DS !!!!

---

SIB is (Scale/Base/Index)
SS BBB III
Note: SIB address calculated as:
<sib address>=<Base>+<Index>*(2^(Scale))

Fild   Default Base
BBB    Sreg    Register   Note
000    DS      EAX
001    DS      ECX
010    DS      EDX
011    DS      EBX
100    SS      ESP
101    DS      o32        if MM=00 (Postbyte)
SS      EBP        if MM<>00 (Postbyte)
110    SS      ESI
111    DS      EDI

Fild  Index
III   register   Note
000   EAX
001   ECX
010   EDX
011   EBX
100              never Index SS can be 00
101   EBP
110   ESI
111   EDI

Fild Scale coefficient
SS   =2^(SS)
00   1
01   2
10   4
11   8
1

Regular expression for capturing values - Perl

perl

Please try this, It will make fetching fully dynamic.

while (defined(my $line = <$fh>)) {
      if($line =~ /(PCNOC\_.*?\d+)\s*(\w+):\s*(.*)/i){
            print "$1 ==> $2 ==> $3\n";
      }
}
answered on Stack Overflow Apr 5, 2016 by mukesh bhoj
1

Makefile: Generate list with subdirectories

recursion
makefile

Considering your edit, you basically have 2 solutions :

  1. Use a linux shell under Windows and use $(shell find $(BASE_DIR) -type d).

  2. Use a condition on the OS you're running on :

    BASE_DIR := .
    
    ifeq ($(OS),Windows_NT)
    DIRS := $(patsubst $(shell CHDIR )\\%,%,$(shell DIR /A:D /B /S $(BASE_DIR)))
    else
    DIRS := $(shell find $(BASE_DIR) -type d)
    endif
    
    $(info $(DIRS)) # print the variable
    
    .PHONY: all
    
    all:
    

Note that the space after CHDIR in $(shell CHDIR ) is mandatory.

answered on Stack Overflow Apr 25, 2015 by Chnossos • edited Apr 27, 2015 by Chnossos
1

XMS.NET fails when receiving JMS message with RFH2 header at ParseJmsFolder

c#
.net
jms
xms
rfh2

Is the sender application a JMS (or XMS) application or they hand crafting JMS headers? What version of XMS .NET are you using? Using RFHUtil,

I sent a message containing the JMS folder data your provided above and I see that XMS .NET V8.0 works fine. I also had to set the message type as jms_bytes. So I am wondering if the sender application is setting the message type correctly. Without the message type, application will get type casting error while receiving message.

answered on Stack Overflow Oct 30, 2015 by Shashi
0

Regular expression for capturing values - Perl

perl

You can try this.

if($line =~ /ADDR1:\s*(.*)/i){
.....
}
elsif($line =~ /ADDR0:\s*(.*)/i){
.....
}
answered on Stack Overflow Apr 5, 2016 by mukesh bhoj
0

Regular expression for capturing values - Perl

perl
/ADDR0\w\s*(.+?\W+)/i
      ^^

This fails to match because : is not a word char. Fix:

/ADDR0:\s*(.*)/
answered on Stack Overflow Apr 5, 2016 by ikegami
0

Makefile: Generate list with subdirectories

recursion
makefile

John Graham-Cunning wrote this neat recursive wildcard function for make:

rwildcard=$(foreach d,$(wildcard $1*),$(call rwildcard,$d/,$2)
  $(filter $(subst *,%,$2),$d))

But I don't think that can do files vs. directories.

The only other solution I have is to shell out to find for this.

dirs := $(shell find '$(BASE_DIR)' -type d)

As Marc Fraioli points out if you want just the bare directory names in the variable then you want:

dirs := $(notdir $(shell find '$(BASE_DIR)' -type d))

For Windows this might work. I tested the dir command but not how make handles it.

dirs := $(notdir $(shell dir /s /b /ad $(BASE_DIR)))

How you determine which platform you are on to control which you use is a different question but there are a number of ways to do that.

answered on Stack Overflow Apr 24, 2015 by Etan Reisner • edited Apr 24, 2015 by Etan Reisner
0

Makefile: Generate list with subdirectories

recursion
makefile

Yes, try this:

BASE_DIR = src
DIRS = $(shell find $(BASE_DIR) -type d -exec basename {} \;)

all:
    @echo dirs: $(DIRS)

running:

$ ls -lR src
src:
total 8
drwxrwxr-x. 2 mfraioli mfraioli 4096 Apr 24 07:41 subdir1
drwxrwxr-x. 3 mfraioli mfraioli 4096 Apr 24 07:41 subdir2

src/subdir1:
total 0

src/subdir2:
total 4
drwxrwxr-x. 2 mfraioli mfraioli 4096 Apr 24 07:41 subdir3

src/subdir2/subdir3:
total 0
$ make
dirs: src subdir1 subdir2 subdir3
answered on Stack Overflow Apr 24, 2015 by Marc Fraioli
0

Assembly What are *ALL* possible arithmetic possibilities in brackets?

assembly
x86
addressing-mode

You need to read the Intel Software Developer Manuals. Specifically, section 3.7.5 "Specifying an Offset", which tells us there are two ways of doing so:

  • The general form Base + (Index * Scale) + Displacement
  • Relative to the IP: RIP + Displacement (64 bit mode only)

Then, examine the instruction set reference to find what are the possibilities for each instruction.

Alternatively, you can consult existing implementations of various disassemblers and emulators (e.g. distorm) or other projects documenting this exact thing in more convenient forms (e.g. corkami)

answered on Stack Overflow Feb 1, 2014 by Michael Foukarakis
0

IAutomation - How retrieve value of argument which passed by pointer?

c++
com
automation

I am not familiar with VOLE, but if I am reading its source code correctly, you need to do this instead:

VARIANT pos = player.invoke_method<VARIANT>(L"GetReady"); 

Or this:

VARIANT pos = player.invoke_method(vole::of_type<VARIANT>(), L"GetReady"); 

You are trying to pass in a VARIANT as an [in] parameter to GetReady(), but it has no such parameter. It has an [out] parameter instead, which is represented by the return value of invoke_method(), so you don't need to pass in your own VARIANT parameter.

invoke_method() performs VARIANT-to-type coersions internally, so assuming GetReady() actually returns a boolean value wrapped in a VARIANT, you might even be able to do something like this:

VARIANT_BOOL ready = player.invoke_method<VARIANT_BOOL>(L"GetReady"); 

Or even:

bool ready = player.invoke_method<bool>(L"GetReady"); 
answered on Stack Overflow Nov 2, 2011 by Remy Lebeau
0

How to upload a file with unique name in Visual Studio Webtest

visual-studio
load-testing
web-testing
webtest

Came up with some workaround. I generated code out of my .webtest and added Guid.NewGuid() to the value of fileName parameter. So the piece of code which generates Form Post Parameters looks like this:

FormPostHttpBody request2Body = new FormPostHttpBody();
request2Body.FormPostParameters.Add(new FileUploadParameter("null", "2mb.pdf", "application/pdf", true));
request2Body.FormPostParameters.Add("fileName", Guid.NewGuid() + "2mb.pdf");
request2.Body = request2Body;

Made a .loadtest based on this coded .webtest and it finally started adding Guids to the name of the files which are being uploaded during loadtest. Perhaps it's not the best solution, but attempts to delete fileName parameter, change the Name parameter value from null to something else, etc. didn't help.

answered on Stack Overflow Mar 19, 2018 by pavelnazimok • edited Mar 19, 2018 by pavelnazimok
0

Projection matrix causing inaccuracy in clip-space depth calculation?

c#
directx
direct3d
hlsl
slimdx

Your depth buffer always has the same value written into it because you have your projection matrix wrong. The value that actually gets written is the w-value so you need to juggle your matrix around a bit.

The DirectX documentation gives a good explanation of the perspective transform.

Basically your matrix should be as follows

W, 0, 0, 0
0, H, 0, 0
0, 0, Q, 1
0, 0, P, 0

Where

W = 1.0f / tanf( fovHoriz / 2 );
H = 1.0f / tanf( fovVert  / 2 );
Q = zFar / (zFar - zNear);
P = -Q * zNear;
answered on Stack Overflow May 20, 2013 by Goz • edited May 23, 2017 by Community
-1

Assembly What are *ALL* possible arithmetic possibilities in brackets?

assembly
x86
addressing-mode

Check out the Intel manual located at the bottom of the Wikipedia page since that should contain all of the various addressing modes supported, plus it will give you the look and function of all the other instructions.

answered on Stack Overflow Oct 13, 2011 by Daemin

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