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When I use MFC as Statically Linked Library, a Debug Assertion Failure message box containing the following code in my app::InitInstance appears:

generated debug assertion
if (!ProcessShellCommand(cmdInfo))
return FALSE;
-- File: docsingl.cpp
Line: 215


However when using MFC as Shared DLL, this error is not coming and I'll get my window.
I am confused to figure out why !?

I have traced out that my program is failing at the bolded line of the following code:

void CSingleDocTemplate::SetDefaultTitle(CDocument* pDocument)
{
    CString strDocName;
    if (!GetDocString(strDocName, CDocTemplate::docName) ||
        strDocName.IsEmpty())
    {
              // use generic 'untitled'
                VERIFY(strDocName.LoadString(AFX_IDS_UNTITLED));
    }
    pDocument->SetTitle(strDocName);
}


If I use the AFX_IDS_UNTITLED in the resource string table & everything went fine.

I don't want to do this.
Even if you don't use it in the string table, it should have worked fine. because AFX_IDS_UNTITLED is defined in afxres.h & the resource file uses this header file.

Other projects that do not use AFX_IDS_UNTITLED in the string table resource are working fine.

So I opened the compiled EXE file with a Resource Editor, I searched for the missing string. I found that is was right there: "sans nom" in FRENCH cause I build my project with FRENCH AppWizard.

I recreated my project using the ENGLISH, DEUTCH, SPANISH & ITALIC AppWizard, & figured out that the problem has gone.

& I thought that the problem is due to my system: "Windows XP Pro SP3 FRENCH Edition", so I reinstalled the system that time: "Windows XP Pro SP3 ENGLISH Edition", & figured out that all the problems has gone, & all the projects created using the ENGLISH, FRENCH, DEUTCH, SPANISH & ITALIC AppWizard are working perfectly.

The problem is that I don't want to install "Windows XP Pro SP3 ENGLISH Edition".

Any ideas? Help me Please :((
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It seems to me, that during creating your project you used check box "Use dymanic link to MFC". When using static link to MFC application should call static MFC initialization function.

#ifdef _AFXDLL
    Enable3dControls();         // Call this when using MFC in a shared DLL
#else
    Enable3dControlsStatic();   // Call this when linking to MFC statically


This is for VC 6.0.
Also you may need to remove defininition _AFXDLL from project settings.
   
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Mr. Tomay 21-Dec-10 19:05pm
   
I checked that my project settings has no _AFXDLL definition :(

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