Fresh install of WinSQL 64-Bit 10.0.194.734. Randomly after startup the system will crash. Windows event viewer has the following entry:
Faulting application name: WinSQL.exe, version: 10.0.194.734, time stamp: 0x58adb1e4
Faulting module name: oracore12.dll, version: 18.104.22.168, time stamp: 0x53dc18d0
Exception code: 0xc0000409
Fault offset: 0x00000000000f541c
Faulting process id: 0x3860
Faulting application start time: 0x01d2c9bda1d2e9f7
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Synametrics Technologies\WinSQL64\WinSQL.exe
Faulting module path: C:\oracle\product\12102\client_64\home\BIN\oracore12.dll
Report Id: 062e64d4-35b1-11e7-b362-f8b156ce28a2
It seems to be related to a DLL file located in the user's Oracle 12 folder.
Do you see a "Details" button on the message? If yes, please send us the contents of that Details window via email to email@example.com . Additionally, try disabling "Auto-Save Sessions" under Edit/Options menu. Disabling this feature will not automatically connect to your back-end database and may have an affect on this error.
Please contact our support department via email if this does not help.
Disabling Auto-Save appeared to work at first but instead of instantly crashing the crash occurs roughly ten minutes in. The only error is "WinSQL has stopped working" with an option to debug.
Could you please enable ODBC trace log by following instructions on http://web.synametrics.com/OdbcTraceLog.htm . Recreate the problem and send us the log file.
I'd also recommend using a different ODBC driver to see if that has any affect. Your original post indicates the problem is occuring with an Oracle DLL. Could you please try using the WinSQL Oracle Wire Protocol Driver that comes with WinSQL32 and see if you run into the same issue.
I sent a copy of the log file to your support e-mail address.
Regarding changing the ODBC driver we go into ODBC manager and don't see any drivers related to WinSQL installed. Also of note--we're running WinSQL 64-Bit, 64-Bit Oracle drivers as well.
I installed WinSQL 32-Bit and the WinSQL drivers do appear in ODBC manager. Are they not available in 64-Bit?