Set top level exception handlers and see what they say
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"I am working on a project that will convert a FORTRAN code to corresponding C++ code.I am not aware of FORTRAN syntax" ( spotted in the C++/CLI forum )
1. I can't get proper application identity to work. So how can I assure, that it will be shared between different application versions?
2. I have changed Application to Assembly for test purposes, but configuration wasn't shared between users
How do you store sensitive infos for the application?
Is the registry the only place to share this data?
I've found a nasty bug concerning .NET interop on Win64 : my .NET code uses SSPI function
InitializeSecurityContext and works fine on Win32, being built by Visual Studio 7.1 or visual Studio 8.0
But when I build it on a 64-bit machine with VS8.0 (since VS7.1 cannot be installed on x64),
InitializeSecurityContext refuses to work properly returning an error 'The principal name is incorrect'