Re: Please Help!!! - CAsyncSocket::OnReceive (Part 2)

"Scott McPhillips [MVP]" <org-dot-mvps-at-scottmcp>
Wed, 21 May 2008 15:40:36 -0400
"Roshan" <> wrote in message


I have created a CWinThread derived class. I have been trying to
follow some examples from the web.
I am trying to pass the socket from my dialog class to my thread
class. One problem I am having now when running the code is that it
failing when I am attaching the socket handle to the socket object in
the InitInstance() function of my thread class.
The error I'm getting is access violation. Others seemed to have
gotten this error before. How do you fix this?

When you posted this yesterday you said this line

BOOL CProdTestUdpThread::InitInstance()

caused the access violation. It is the first line in the thread code.
Since there aren't any pointers here, the only way I can imagine that it
would cause an access violation is if the CProdTestUdpThread object is not
constructed. What is the value of 'this' here? What is the type of
m_UDPSocket? If you put this line first...

m_UDPSocket.m_nBytesSent = 0;

does it work or does it also cause an access violation?

Scott McPhillips [VC++ MVP]

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