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Bug #21378 COM code crashes after update 4.2.1 to 4.3.0
Submitted: 2003-01-02 21:26 UTC Modified: 2003-01-29 20:04 UTC
Avg. Score:4.8 ± 0.4
Reproduced:5 of 5 (100.0%)
Same Version:5 (100.0%)
Same OS:4 (80.0%)
From: joona at lpt dot fi Assigned: phanto (profile)
Status: Closed Package: COM related
PHP Version: 4.3.0 OS: Windows 2000 pro sp2
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2003-01-02 21:26 UTC] joona at lpt dot fi
COM code that works perfectly ok with 4.2.1 gets Apache 1.3.22 down with program error notice in PHP 4.3.0. Any documentation update possibly, maybe?


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 [2003-01-02 21:47 UTC] joona at lpt dot fi
 [2003-01-06 11:26 UTC] juanjo7812 at eresmas dot com
(sorry for my bad english)

I have this same error!

My COM code works OK with PHP 4.2.3, but after upgrade to 4.3.0, Apache (1.3.27) crash (DrWatson32 appears) and restart. This simple code crash Apache:

$com = new COM("ADODB.Connection");

DrWatson32 leaves this information on log:

funci?n: php_COM_release
        1003070f 397e04           cmp     [esi+0x4],edi          ds:04f43582=????????
        10030712 740f             jz     php_VARIANT_get_le_variant+0x1983 (10039223)
        10030714 8b4614           mov     eax,[esi+0x14]         ds:04f43582=????????
        10030717 50               push    eax
        10030718 8b10             mov     edx,[eax]              ds:045c10a0=????????
        1003071a ff5208           call    dword ptr [edx+0x8]    ds:00afd5d3=????????
        1003071d 897e14           mov     [esi+0x14],edi         ds:04f43582=????????
        10030720 897e04           mov     [esi+0x4],edi          ds:04f43582=????????
        10030723 8b460c           mov     eax,[esi+0xc]          ds:04f43582=????????
        10030726 50               push    eax
ERROR -> 10030727 8b08             mov     ecx,[eax]              ds:045c10a0=????????
        10030729 ff5108           call    dword ptr [ecx+0x8]    ds:00c76672=????????
        1003072c 8b4608           mov     eax,[esi+0x8]          ds:04f43582=????????
        1003072f 897e0c           mov     [esi+0xc],edi          ds:04f43582=????????
        10030732 48               dec     eax
        10030733 5f               pop     edi
        10030734 894608           mov     [esi+0x8],eax          ds:04f43582=????????
        10030737 5e               pop     esi
        10030738 c3               ret
        10030739 90               nop
        1003073a 90               nop
        1003073b 90               nop

I'm using Windows 2000 Server SP3 with PHP as a module in Apache.

Any idea ?
 [2003-01-09 05:22 UTC] andrusso at libero dot it
I have the same problem with Xitami Web Server and Windows 98.
On PHP 4.2.3 scripts run well, on php 4.3.0 php.exe crash.
See bugs report #21517
 [2003-01-16 10:54 UTC] pan at tt dot se
When I create either a 'ADODB.Recordset' or 'ADODB.Connection' object, php.exe crasches immediately.

When I use an ADO wrapper component (also COM) that I built it only crashes if CursorLocation is set to adUseClient in a method returning a recordset to php.

Think I will have to go back to 4.2.3 and rather face COM-references not being released.

 [2003-01-19 07:34 UTC] haafiz at ezwebsolutions dot ca
My PHP also crashes on 4.3.0 when running a custom COM library I created.  This library works flawlessly on previous PHP versions.
 [2003-01-29 20:04 UTC]
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