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Using the SetJob API- Memory could not be written error

Using the SetJob API- Memory could not be written error

Using the SetJob API- Memory could not be written error

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Has anyone had any experience using the SetJob API? I am using it to delete jobs on a queue.

It works for several times then all of a sudden, Windows pops up with a
" The Instruction 0x77fcbb4c reference memory at 0x00120001. The memory could not be written".

I would appreciate hearing any insight anyone might have. I have not been able to find any information anywhere about this kind of error using the setjob api.

Thanks for your help.

Craig

RE: Using the SetJob API- Memory could not be written error

Have you looked at Thread621-27217?  It contains a few suggestions.  I have a user with the problem myself and am still in the research phase...
-gbiello

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