currently in the process of upgrading one of our Citrix server to the latest
version of Citrix and Windows 20003 server, everything seems to be working fine
with the exception of one of our ACL functions.
function in question copies the current selection and pastes it into a newly
created edit window. A FOSI is applied to the new document and then it is
printed and the new window closed.
That sounds all nice and simple
is printed is not printed correctly, it is printed close tothe centre of
the page vertically, andruns of theside of the page, horizontally.
It is using the local printer drivers.
the new window is destroyed (using window_destroy) Epic throws a "segment
violation (signal 11)". If I do not set "modified" flag to off, whichever
buttonI click on the "save document" dialog I get a "Galaxy Debug" error
corrupt stack: call from undefined_tag: vevent.c, 3641 attempted to pop non-top
most handler: Terminated."
only other server which I can get this to fail on is running Windows 2000 with
service pack 4, all the servers which it works on are running Windows 2000 but
have not had SP 4 installed.
using Epic 4.3.1
anybody had similar problems before?