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Hi All,
I am developing a windows application which using VS 2010, in this application I am using firebird 2.5 database and language.
when i am debugging my application I am getting an error message, showing "Cannot evaluate expression because a native frame is on top of the call stack" I am getting this message at the step 3.

1. if (IsAlreadyRunning())
2. {
3. SwitchToCurrentInstance();
4. return false;
5. }</pre>
6. Application.Run(frmMain);

in my singleinstanceApplication class and also at the while statement for reading the data from the DataReader object.
FbDataReader reader;
                       cmd.CommandText = "select acct_name from iaccounts where comp_id=" + GlobleData.Companyid +" Order By (acct_name) asc";
                       reader = cmd.ExecuteReader();
                       if (reader.HasRows == true)
                           while (reader.Read())

What are the reason for this type of errors? Can any one solve my doubts Please.
Posted 24-Jul-12 23:19pm
Sandeep Mewara at 25-Jul-12 5:38am
You need to share what are you doing in SwitchToCurrentInstance
subrahmanyam1987 at 25-Jul-12 5:41am
In this I am looking for the instance of my application if the instance not there I have to create an Instance for my application else I have to switch to current instance of my application means opened application.

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