mono at programmerforrent.com
Wed Sep 20 12:05:56 EDT 2006
That is what I initially thought so I did some tests, it isnt the case.
I removed all calls to the web reference and added the methods that were
being called within the reference to another dll. Everything works
fine(minus some other crazy stuff going on which I will figure out). I
will try and write a test to recreate it for a bug report because I
would rather use the web service than have to write a lib every time I
want to port to a *nix box.
Paolo Molaro wrote:
>On 09/19/06 Shawn Vose wrote:
>>I have an exe that I built using visual studio 2000 that runs with out a
>>hitch on mono. The exe takes a name of an assembly from the command line
>>and executes the said method from the command line using refelection.
>>The assembly that I am trying to fire works to a point. The break occurs
>>when I try to create an instance to a web service.
>>has been thrown by the target of an invocation. --->
>>System.IO.IOException: Sharing violation on path ./logs/IntegrationBus.log
>>in <0x0032a> System.IO.FileStream:.ctor (System.String name, FileMode
>>mode, FileAccess access, FileShare share, Int32 bufferSize, Boolean
>>isAsync, Boolean anonymous)
>>in <0x0003d> System.Diagnostics.TextWriterTraceListener:.ctor
>>(System.String fileName, System.String name)
>>In the exception message it is telling me of an unknown method. Is there
>>a way to find out what this "unknown method"'s name is?
>The exception message is telling you that there is a sharing violation
>while opening the file "./logs/IntegrationBus.log". This probably means
>that another process has the file open already and the
>TextWriterTraceListener ctor wants to open it again (or there may be a
>bug in the code that keeps track of emulating the sharing policy of
>windows in the mono io-layer).
>Try removing the file, or file a bug report with a test case that
>reproduces the issue.
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