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fail to invoke webservice

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
I write an outlook addin in C# and it invokes a cli c++ dll. In the dll, it fails to invoke webservice method in some machines of windows 7. I debug and find error codes in atlspriv.inl and atlhttp.ini. I think it's thread synchronization.I fixed it by modifying microsoft codes.solution is as follows: Syncdatacomponentdll fail to call webservice method in some machines of windows 7.This is a Microsoft bug. It’s related to thread synchronization.   The Error codes are in the files of vs2005. So please modify them. 1.                             %intallpath%(such as C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8) \VC\atlmfc\include\atlhttp.inl   Function: inline bool CAtlHttpClientT<TSocketClass>::ReadSocket() throw() Source error codes: if (!bRet)    return bRet;   Correct codes: //fix microsoft bug happen in some machine of windows 7!                 if (!bRet)                 {                    int nNum = 0;             &n

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