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EventType clr20r3 on Workflow execution on Windows 2003 64bit

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :JavaScript/VBScript

Hi there, I'm in big troubles because I'm facing a big failure on our customers server. Our Workflow Foundation 3.5 based server app crasches with this error:


Event Type:    Error
Event Source:    .NET Runtime 2.0 Error Reporting
Event Category:    None
Event ID:    5000
Date:        30/03/2011
Time:        14.20.45
User:        N/A
Computer:    WFSERVER
EventType clr20r3, P1 keystoneserver.exe, P2, P3 4d92f52f, P4 system.workflow.runtime, P5, P6 488f01cc, P7 259, P8 310, P9 ddtyh4crnqi0jcb1xjkwm10z55wsa2sj, P10 NIL.

but only on customers server (running Windows 2003 R2 64bit). Yes, on my development PC (Running Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit) the same code with the same database works fine. What it seems strange is that some time before all worked well. What happened in between I'm not sure... I've installed VS2010 SP1 on the development machine... some Windows 2003 R2 update... I don't know. Does anybody knows the reason for this error? Thanks... I'll appreciate you help... It will keep my had on my neck... :-/





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