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#48 fixed No error log on Item from Collection Michael Halloran michelpons

Reported by michelpons, 13 years ago.


In PRO/II 8.3 the items of the Port Collection of a Unit Operation has successively called starting at index 0 or index 1. Consequently, if the collection index starts at 1, a call to Item requesting Item 0 returns an error (0x80040501) when for example it is COUSCOUS PropertyTester UO that is used. The log file does not show any attempt by COLTT to interrogate any further the error handling methods of the Port Collection. I thought it was a general practice to do so however.

#49 worksforme Error 1303 occurs when installing on Windows 7 or Vista Michael Halloran lich10hr

Reported by lich10hr, 13 years ago.


When attempting to install the 1.08 version of COLTT on a computer running Windows 7 or Vista, an error 1303 dialog occurs when attempting to install common controls to the WinSxS directory. You must then cancel the installation as it provides no option to get past the problem. Logging in as Adminstrator and/or setting compatibily mode to previous versions of Windows doesn't help. See the attached to view the error dialog.

#50 fixed AspenTech: COLTT does not handle undefined double values? Michael Halloran michaelhalloran

Reported by michaelhalloran, 13 years ago.


COLTT appears to have trouble handling value which is “CapeDoubleEmpty - it crashes. For example, if a requested property (from CalcProp) is unavailable CalcProp() will set “CapeDoubleEmpty” by calling SetProp() and COLTT will crash.

Running COFE(COCO 1.16) with COLTT 1.07 or 1.06.03 enabled and Aspen CAPEOPEN 1.0(Aspen Properties 24.0):

Selected “Default” package:

Clicked on “Liquid properties”, it crashed (COFE closed). From log file you would see: MaterialObject <1> : Call to SetProp :

Property Phase--- Basis--- Calc---- New value pH Liquid (null) mixture -179769313486231570000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000.000000000

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