1. Code:
08/02/2012 08:03:39 Info Successfully loaded into process Arma2NetExplorer
08/02/2012 08:03:40 Info Name                Version             Publisher           Description
08/02/2012 08:03:40 Info CompareVersion      2.0.0.0             Scott_NZ            Compares two version strings and returns an integer indicating how they compare.
08/02/2012 08:03:40 Info ClrVersion          2.0.0.0             Scott_NZ            Retrieves the version of the Common Language Runtime.
08/02/2012 08:03:40 Info Version             2.0.0.0             Scott_NZ            Returns the version of Arma2NET.
08/02/2012 08:03:40 Info CommandLine         2.0.0.0             Scott_NZ            Returns the command line used to start the application.
08/02/2012 08:03:40 Info DateTime            2.0.0.0             Scott_NZ            Returns the current date and time.
08/02/2012 08:03:40 Info MyPlugin
08/02/2012 08:07:13 Log: Unmanaged side loaded
08/02/2012 08:07:13 Info Successfully loaded into process arma2oa
08/02/2012 08:07:13 Info Arma2NET 2.1.0.0 initializing on CLR 4.0.30319.17626
08/02/2012 08:07:13 Info Name                Version             Publisher           Description
Nothing more is given. I have VS installed if you can provide a debug build so I could get you a stack trace or something.

The project is a Windows/C# class library with only the proxy as a reference and the most recent MyPlugin code from this thread's last current page.

2. Can you see anything in Event Viewer?

3. Nothing except saying arma2oa crashed. What patch you use normally?

4. Arma 2 patch? 1.62. Though this is probably an A2N problem not a game problem. Is there a .NET Runtime error entry in Event Viewer? It should have the exception details etc.

5. ## Arma2NET 2.1.1 released

Arma2NET 2.1.1 changelog:

- Fixed an issue with Utils.FileVersion and Utils.Version throwing a FileNotFoundException.
- Improved the behaviour of the plugin system, and added a new Reload command.
- Improved the responsiveness of Arma2NET Explorer.

ZIP: https://bitbucket.org/Scott_NZ/arma2...2NET-2.1.1.zip
MSI: https://bitbucket.org/Scott_NZ/arma2...2NET-2.1.1.msi

6. New version frontpaged on the Armaholic homepage.

7. Application: arma2oa.exe
Framework Version: v4.0.30319
Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception.
Exception Info: System.TypeInitializationException
Stack:
at Arma2Net.Managed.Bridge.InvokeFunction(System.Stri ng, Int32)
at <Module>.Arma2Net.Unmanaged.InvokeFunctionImpl(SBy te*, Int32, SByte*)
at <Module>.Arma2Net.Unmanaged.InvokeFunction(SByte *, Int32, SByte*)

8. Yep, that's what I was looking for. The entry is not too useful, so I'll have to make logging a bit more verbose or provide a debug build as you suggested. If you haven't already, see if you can reproduce the crash on 2.1.1 so I know that I haven't already fixed it.

9. Same crash as before.

10. ## I am at a complete turn around on this.

Someone, please help. I have tried my best tto figure this out and the only thing I have come up with is this: pixies don't want me running an ARMA2 server. Thus, I am at a standstill. However, this is what I do know.

1) Exception Info: System.TypeInitializationException
Stack:
at Arma2Net.Managed.Bridge.InvokeFunction(System.Stri ng, Int32)
at <Module>.Arma2Net.Unmanaged.InvokeFunctionImpl(SBy te*, Int32, SByte*)
at <Module>.Arma2Net.Unmanaged.InvokeFunction(SByte *, Int32, SByte*)

That's in my event viewer

2) Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\arma 2 operation arrowhead\Expansion\beta\arma2oaserver.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\syswow64\KERNELBASE.dll

Followed by that one

3) Allocator: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\arma 2 operation arrowhead\Expansion\beta\dll\tbb4malloc_bi.dll
blah blah blah
file: dayz (__cur_mp)
world: chernarus

That is in the arma2oaserver.RPT file.

I am not that great of a coder. I sit in front of routers all day. So what I'm really looking for is this: A) Is this an ARMA2NET issue? B) If so, how do I go about fixing this? OR Can I be pointed in the right direction?

Thanks,
Waldo

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