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Native Exception at at SqlCeCommand.set_CommandText(String value)

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :

I am having random native exception and all of those exceptions have this method common i.e  at SqlCeCommand.set_CommandText(String value). I am using .NETCE 3.5, SQLCE 3.5 SP2, i.e. System.Data.SqlServerCe.dll version 3.5.8080.0 and I also verified the version of Native dlls and it matches with managed dll.

Can anyone know why I am getting this native exception?

Here is the exception stack

ExceptionCode: 0x80000002

ExceptionAddress: 0x00e8c440

Faulting module: sqlceqp35.dll

Offset: 0x000bc440


   at NativeMethods.SafeRelease(IntPtr& ppUnknown)

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