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Common Language RunTime Debugging Service

Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
     We have built application in C#. This exe works fine with small Reports. But failed and give following error message whenever we try to run a big reports/processes:

              ReportGenerator.exe Common Language Runtime Debugging Services
              Application has generated an exception that could not be handled.
              Process ID=0x14 (1300), Thread Id=0xe8(232)

               Click OK to terminate the application.
               Click CANCEL to debug the application.

Any help will be grate appriciated...


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Common Language Runtime Debugging Services


Application has generated a exception that could not be handled.

Process id=0xb0c (2828), Thread id=0x910 (2320).

Click OK to terminate the application

Click CANCEL to debug the application.

Now ive dont all of that, when i click OK the message just disapears all the way, but when I click CANCEL a differnt message appears. It says,

No Debugger found.

Registered JIT debugger is not avilable. An attempt to launch a JIT debugger with the following command resulted in a error code of 0x2 (2). Please heck computer settings.

Cordbg.exe !a 0b0c

Click on retry to have the proess wait while attaching a debugger manually.

Click on Cancel to ab

.NET Remoting: Design and Develop Seamless Distributed Applications for the Common Language Runtime


Prior to the advent of .NET, DCOM was the underlying technology for remote communications between Windows-based applications. But DCOM is quirky to set up and configure and not as interoperable as it should be. In .NET, XML Web Services and .NET Remoting are a seamless and effective answer to the demand for tools to build distributed applications.This article provides a primer on .NET Remoting with insights into the internal plumbing. Important aspects of remoting, such as channels, object lifetime management, and clients for remote objects are discussed. In addition, some practical examples are provided.

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Microsoft .NET: Implement a Custom Common Language Runtime Host for Your Managed App


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Security in .NET: Enforce Code Access Rights with the Common Language Runtime


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Keith Brown

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Ajax toolkit error : System.InvalidProgramException: Common Language Runtime detected an invalid pro


I have website that uses .NET 3.5 and Ajax tool kit.  The strange thing is it works fine in two environments but it errors with the following error on production site:


Server Error in '/UPS' Application.

Common Language Runtime detected an invalid program.

Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.

Exception Details: System.InvalidProgramException: Common Language Runtime detected an invalid program.

Source Error:

Line 13:     <aj:ComboBox ID="ComboBox1"  runat="server">
Line 14:     </aj:ComboBox>
Line 15:     <aj:MaskedEditExtender MaskType="Number" ID="MaskedEditExtender1" Mask="(###)" TargetControlID="txt1" runat="server">
Line 16:     </aj:MaskedEditExtender>
Line 17:   

Source File: d:\Search\UPS\TestAjax.aspx    Line: 15

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CLR Inside Out: IronPython and the Dynamic Language Runtime


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.NET Runtime Optimization Service (clr_optimization_v2.0.50727_32) - Service reached limit of transient errors. Will shut down. Last error returned from Service Manager: 0x80029c4a.

I followed the advice in another msdn support request, http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/netfxsetup/thread/f56cc6e4-c2bf-490c-b87b-3e22b1e6b935 that suggested running:

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Can I use the Dynaqmic Language Runtime (DLR) in SQL Server 2008 R2?


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Invoke WXF Service runtime without using SVCUTIL or addservice reference

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I wanted to develop a wcf service and  i  wanted to invoke this wcf service in client application  by generating the proxy at runtime and use this proxy to incoke the methods of the WCF service. I have an idea how to develop wcf proxy  by using either SVCUtil.exe or Addservice Option in Visual studio. But My client wants to generate this proxy at runtime only as i have the service endpoint available to my client application .As I know the service Endpoint in my client applicatio( Like http://localhost/ HelloWcfservice/Service.svc)  ,now i have to use this service url and needs to generate the proxy class for this service and use this proxy to invoke the methods.

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  Have others figure out a way around this? Thanks in advance for any advice!

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