Re: CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog() - runtime error mfc80.dll on Windows 98 SE

"Tom Serface" <>
Wed, 11 Apr 2007 07:10:45 -0700
I'd move the call to CPropertySheet:OnInitDialog() to the top of the
function. Set bResult to true if you want the framework to set the input
focus to a control or false if you've done it yourself (I.E., you want to
start on a specific control).


<> wrote in message
I added 2 messageboxes

BOOL bResult = CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog();
return bResult;

and can see only "cz1" message box, after it program terminate.


On 11 Kwi, 15:11, "Tom Serface" <> wrote:

You may have had your program converted from MBCS to Unicode, but then you
should get compile errors on your strings in the SetWindowText calls.

You are not checking the retuns from GetDlgItem() so one of them may be

You may want to try debugging into the code and just see which line causes
the problem. If you can't debug on Win 98 SE (I'm pretty sure that VS
doesn't run on that platform, you could just pop up message boxes aftere
each line and see which one is offending.


<> wrote in message
I have a problem with function CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog() after
migration from VC6 to Visual Studio 2005.
This is an error message: "program has performed an illegal operation
and will be shut down".
This runtime error occurs only on Windows 98 SE while
CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog() is executing.
my code:

BOOL CUstawieniaSzablonowSheet::OnInitDialog()
if (m_rodzaj_wywolania == 3)
m_psh.dwFlags |= PSH_NOAPPLYNOW;

m_psh.dwFlags &= ~PSH_HASHELP;
m_dialog_czynnosci.m_psp.dwFlags &= ~PSP_HASHELP;


BOOL bResult = CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog();
return bResult;


I will be glad if You could help me or give suggestion
Piotr Klamka

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