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Access Violation 09/08/2019 at 17:01 #119970
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Whilst playing the 2018 timetable an access Violation popped up on my screen.
Do I need to provide details, or just ignore this one or any others that may pop up?
Everything still seems to be working OK.

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Access Violation 09/08/2019 at 18:19 #119971
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A log file extract would be useful so we can investigate and fix.
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Access Violation 09/08/2019 at 22:37 #119977
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GeoffM in post 119971 said:
A log file extract would be useful so we can investigate and fix.
Just shut everything down so will do this tomorrow morning.

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Access Violation 10/08/2019 at 08:54 #119979
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I can only find four LogFiles which I have located in the SimSig folder in Public Documents. Two of them have no text whatsoever in them when they are opened in Notepad. The other two are titled 'SimSig Loader1.log' which is dated 13/05/2019 and 'SimSig Loader0.log' which is dated 10/08/2019.
I have attached them both, but have my doubts as to whether either will be of any use.
I have also attached a screenshot which gives a few details.

I know nothing about what happens behind the scenes in SimSig, but if I were to re-run the sim from a time just before the incident and it were to reoccur, would any useful information appear in the LogFile dated 10/08/2019 which I assume will get updated?

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Access Violation 10/08/2019 at 10:08 #119980
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bugsy in post 119979 said:


I know nothing about what happens behind the scenes in SimSig, but if I were to re-run the sim from a time just before the incident and it were to reoccur, would any useful information appear in the LogFile dated 10/08/2019 which I assume will get updated?
Update: Re-ran the sim, but the incident that caused the 'Access Violation' didn't reoccur.

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Access Violation 10/08/2019 at 14:50 #119984
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Sorry, none of that has useful information (the address given isn't within the core code).

If this happens again, there should be useful information in the message window once you acknowledge the alert box. Or exit the sim, find the log file that's just changed, and look for the same message near the end.

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Access Violation 10/08/2019 at 15:31 #119986
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clive in post 119984 said:
Sorry, none of that has useful information (the address given isn't within the core code).

If this happens again, there should be useful information in the message window once you acknowledge the alert box. Or exit the sim, find the log file that's just changed, and look for the same message near the end.
Does the log record that level of detail for User access? IIRC, Tester access gives the full log transcript but User access only records the most basic information about which sim and TT have been loaded with no data from the run of the sim. Or have things changed when I've not been watching?

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Access Violation 10/08/2019 at 20:16 #119998
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I did have an Access Violation on my 2018 Timetable when testing, I reported it but I don't think it got picked up.
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