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yes, you're right; this needs to be set to 'true' to enable you to debug the code. if you're compiling in 'release' and don't want to debug, it should have no effect if it is true or false - so i tend to leave it as 'true' all the time.
to me, the fact you can't get rid of the assertion failed dialog suggests there might be an underlying problem with your VS solution; you will need to correct this, as i think you are compiling 'debug' to ..\bin\ but not 'release'. if this is the case, you may be using outdated versions of your dlls, which can become confusing rather quickly.
i have put a couple of instructions in the attached pdf to show you how i would check this and also showing you how i debug my FORTRAN code. it is pretty much the same method as Adrian explains in the manual, but perhaps explained slightly differently. it is important to make sure that your breakpoint is somewhere that will definitely be run in your FORTRAN code - if it isn't somewhere that will be run, you will never be able to step into your code.  
have a look at the attached pdf and see if it helps - if not, let me know.
good luck!


From: ZZhang
Posted: 15 March 2010 16:57
Subject: Two questions

I am wondering, if I change the value of argument (Key="OpenWEB_SDK_ArgBool.DebugAttacheEngineInitialise") to "False".

Does it affect the result?

From: GGlasgow
Posted: 07 March 2010 08:34
Subject: Two questions

the first of your issues isn't really a problem - you have compiled your code as 'debug' in visual studio; this 'assertion failed' dialog is your chance to step into the code to debug. there's some advice on this in the manual/guide and if you aren't trying to debug at this time, you can compile your code as 'release' in VS and it shouldn't appear. if you do this and are still having problems, let me know.
i'll put together a sample code that exchanges an array of data that will show you how to solve the second problem. i'll post the code as a second reply.
good luck with your wrapping,

From: ZZhang
Posted: 03 March 2010 22:19
Subject: Two questions



I have two questions as the attachment.

If I make you misunderstand, please feel free to contact me.

My email:


I really appreciate if someone can handle these problems for me.

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Created at 15/03/2010 17:46  by GGlasgow 
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