HotFix - KB156465 - SalesForce Connector intermittently crashing...

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HotFix - KB156465 - SalesForce Connector intermittently crashing with Access Violation errors


Article ID: 52051 - Last Review: December 19, 2013

PROBLEM

During regular use, some clients experience intermittent crashes of the SalesForce Connector. 



SYMPTOMS

You will see an error like the following in your Event Viewer:

Access Violation.    at System.Runtime.InteropServices.CustomMarshalers.EnumeratorViewOfEnumVariant.MoveNext() 
 at
CTIAdapterSharpLib.CTIAppExchange.PopulateQueryResults(SF_MSApi4TypeLib.ISForceSession4,
 SF_MSApi4TypeLib.IQueryResultSet4,
System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary`2<System.String,System.Collections.Generic.List`1<System.String>>,
 
System.Collections.Generic.List`1<CTIAdapterSharpLib.CTIRelatedObjectSet>,
 Boolean)   at
Mitel3300AdapterEngine.MitelAppExchangeSearchThread.ThreadSearch(SF_MSApi4TypeLib.ISForceSession4,
 Mitel3300AdapterEngine.MitelSearchThreadInfo)   at Mitel3300AdapterEngine.MitelAppExchangeSearchThread <>c__DisplayClass1.<Search>b__0()


CAUSE

This is a known issue with using For Each functions in COM objects. 



RESOLUTION

We have added code to avoid For Each functions, in order to work around this COM limitation. 



INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

This Hotfix was included in our 6.0.2.3 release.  If you have a specific business reason for being unable to upgrade, and still require this hotfix, please contact MiContact Center support.



APPLIES TO

6.0.2.2_Rev2 

Keywords: 156465 kb156465 sfdc salesforce sales force salesforce.com intermittent intermittently crash crashing access violation



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Last Modified:Thursday, December 19, 2013
Last Modified By: andrew_montpetit
Type: HOTFIX
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