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    Re: signal exception 0 received: a data abort exception has occurred.....how to resol

    You may really have the existing, just rare situation of running out of stack space. EPOCSTACKSIZE is the keyword in the .mmp file (or the .mmp editor of Carbide.c++) where you can modify it.

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    Re: signal exception 0 received: a data abort exception has occurred.....how to resol

    THanks wizard. Right now the stacksize is 12288. How much max can i make it? One of my TBuf variable is of size over 54600 bytes.

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    Re: signal exception 0 received: a data abort exception has occurred.....how to resol

    Ah, I see the variable, yes. The maximum stack is 80 kilobytes (http://library.developer.nokia.com/i...stacksize.html).
    Generally you should not use large stack variables, prefer moving them to member variables or to the heap at least (HBufC or RBuf in this case).

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    Re: signal exception 0 received: a data abort exception has occurred.....how to resol

    Thanks wizard. Your suggestion worked!

    And I will remember that about stack variables.

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