I have a Powerbuilder application that populates form fields in a word
document and then prints the document.
This process has been working for quite a while. The word document is
stored in a blob field in a database table.
Recently the DBMS was upgraded to Oracle 188.8.131.52. It had been working
in previous versions of Oracle 9i even if
we modified the document in the database. The process continued to work
after the upgrade. A modification needed
to be made to the word document. The modification was made to the
document and saved to the database.
After the document had been saved, when accessing the document, I
receive WINWORD.EXE application error.
Now the document can't be accessed. I have deleted the data from the
database and re-imported the table.
As long as no changes are made to the document afte the database
upgrade, MS Word can open the document without an error.
Once the document as be modified and saved back to the database, We get
the error. I incurred the problem using 8.0.3.
I upgraded to 8.0.4 and am still getting the error. I also applied the
lasted Service Pack to MS Office 2002, SP2.
I am running Windows 2000 SP 4. I looked on Microsft's website,
Oracle's metalink and have found nothing.
Hopefully someone else has incurred this problem can point in the right
direction. I believe it's probably a
Here's the short error message generated by Word 2002:
AppName: winword.exe AppVer: 10.0.4219.0 ModName: winword.exe
ModVer: 10.0.4219.0 Offset: 00037e3c