We've been searching the web and trying all sorts of things but to no avail. Can anyone help?
Let me fill you in...
Windows 2003 Server, IIS running an ASP.NET application on a virtual server (using VMWare)
Word 2003 is being automated from inside a webservice using: CreateObject("Word.Application")
Word loads a template, does some merging based on some SQL data and saves the resulting file. The called webmethod then returns the filename to the client which they open .......
This code has been installed on over 20 sites so far. We've had various problems with read-only documents coming through etc but all have been solved. This is the latest installment:
Completely randomly the word application fails to quit (the last line of code before returning to the client).
The error given is: "not enough storage is available to complete this operation"
A reboot sorts the problem for the first couple or three attempts, then the error starts again. Clearing down temporary files through IE works again for a couple of times but then it happens again.
The server is beefy, with plenty of hard drive space and ram (a few GB of each).
We found out about the virtual server part late so to make sure that our instance was getting enough memory we manually set the page file size to between 1536MB and 3072Mb (doubling the size previously allocated) but again no help.
We've written a VB.NET app which literally loads word, reads the version then quits and this runs fine. Now true we're not doing any merging here so thats probably the next stage but I'm seriously starting to run out of ideas!
If anybody has any help or suggestions, please reply