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    reply to ImInSanDiego

    So far i have not seen the problem you describe. I wonder if the service host is dying for some reason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beernutz
    I am not seeing duplicated CommID's any more. Not sure what i was doing wrong to see them before.

    I do however have a few ghost entries in the registered services list. I assume i got these by failing to call FC.EndProcessing() before my app terminates. Where are these entries stored? I would like to clean the errant ones.

    And I would really like to know how to query the name of the currently playing song.

    Thank you.
    The ghost entries are caused by not calling endprocessing. I have asked about cleaning them up before, but I don't think I got an answer. They just stick around until you reboot I believe.

    I don't believe that Kevin has published the messages that can be sent to the new FP yet, so you wouldn't have much luck with querying the current song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImInSanDiego
    The ghost entries are caused by not calling endprocessing. I have asked about cleaning them up before, but I don't think I got an answer. They just stick around until you reboot I believe.

    I don't believe that Kevin has published the messages that can be sent to the new FP yet, so you wouldn't have much luck with querying the current song.

    k, thanks for the reply. As long as they clear up on reboot that is fine.

    Frodo, is there any chance of getting some kind of list? or a little more info on how to proceed?

    Thanks much for all the help guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImInSanDiego
    Has anyone had any problems in their app when using FrodoComm? Sometimes my app will hang upon execution and then I might receive a message "problem sending message to service" when I terminate it. At other times the app will come up fine, but after about 4 executions, it will hang. I have to terminate it. This is a very simple app that just sends a volume change message to the network and then terminates. I'm just curious if anyone has seen weird behavior like this?
    Is the app compiled and not in debug mode when this happens ?
    And could you post any and all exact error messages ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by beernutz
    k, thanks for the reply. As long as they clear up on reboot that is fine.

    Frodo, is there any chance of getting some kind of list? or a little more info on how to proceed?

    Thanks much for all the help guys!
    There is a sendmessage list published for the current version.
    The new version won't use it. And the frodocomm messages
    for it aren't standardized yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frodobaggins
    Is the app compiled and not in debug mode when this happens ?
    And could you post any and all exact error messages ?
    I have tried it as an executable and debug mode with the same results. When I attempt to open the source file from explorer, the file takes about 30 seconds to open. It acts like it's trying to connect to something and then finally does. I'm going to try to clean up the code a little bit to see if this isn't something of my doing. I'll let you know the exact error when I get it again.

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    This is the error I get from Windows explorer if I kill the app after it stalls out. I don't know why I would get it from windows explorer, but I don't know what this error is.
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    Cleaned up the code and no crashing anymore. I still have a delay when opening the source file, but that could be something wierd with Labview and ActiveX.
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    Frodo, the links in your first post do not work. Are you sill offering this? I have a break between semesters at UNO and was going to play around with it.
    I don't know if many others are using this, but it seems like a really good idea. If they are what about setting a section to post what they have completed. Just an idea. Thanks!
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    Just in case Frodo didn't read your post (he's moving), you can get the setups here.
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