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Problem in logging error to the Win2000 Event Viewer

Posted on 2002-07-21
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Kind all,
        when I call
App.LogEvent strMymessage, vbLogEventTypeError

to log an error message to the Win2000 Event Viewer I get the following error:

Run-time error -2147024882 (80007000e)
System Error '&H800004005 (-2147467259). Unspecified Error.

What I have to do???
Thansks in advance x ur attention. Regards
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inthedark earned 150 total points
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Have you check that the Event log is not full?

Have you set the event log to overwrite events as needed?
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by:wwboy
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Great inthedark , it was full!!!
just a question: I have to clear it manually?? :)
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