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Multiple Instances of windows app not working with PowerBuilder 12.6

Multiple Instances of windows app not working with PowerBuilder 12.6

Multiple Instances of windows app not working with PowerBuilder 12.6

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We recently migrated our windows application from PB 12.5 to PB 12.6 [classic].

We just discovered that if we try to run multiple instances of our executable we immediately get app_name.exe has stopped working. The only options are Close the program or Debug the program.

CLUE: If the first instance is simply signed in, a 2nd instance can also get signed it. However, if the first instance has a screen opened from the menu [typical], then when the 2nd instance is attempted the crash/error occurs. This error condition ends up causing both instances to display 'not responding' and need to be closed.

ADDITIONAL: I tried our old PB12.5 generated executable and there are NO issues running multiple instances.

I can't get anywhere with the Debug the application option.

Has anyone seen this behavior?

I appreciate any comments, suggestions, etc.

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