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

11 Apr 2007 23:02:49 -0700
I can't run debug on this computer, but even if there is only line
with CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog() and 2 message boxes in this
function (like below) program terminates after "cz1" message box;

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

On 11 Kwi, 21:02, Joseph M. Newcomer <> wrote:

The problem with your description is that it is nowhere near adequate. You did not invoke
the debugger, get a debug backtrace, or provide anything else that would help diagnose the

Given you did not call the superclass CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog before doing anything,
it is not clear what has happened; the the absence of any meaningful debugger information,
it is impossible to diagnose the problem.

On 11 Apr 2007 06:02:49 -0700, wrote:

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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