NS_NewArrayEnumerator not found in xpcom.dll




16 years ago
16 years ago


(Reporter: jrglusma, Assigned: bugzilla)


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16 years ago
After clicking a button on a page I use frequently (Westlaw), I consistently get
the following message:

"The procedure entry point NS_NewArrayEnumerator could not be located in the
dynamic link library xpcom.dll"

This is happening in a password-protected site so, sorry, no way to give you a
URL to test.  I did, however, find the java subroutines which are being run by
the button & would be happy to pass them on to whoever might find them helpful.

The error is repeatable and only occurs in Phoenix.

Comment 1

16 years ago
If you have the subrutines could you post an example of the java that caused the
error here, or maybe a copy of a page causing the error? That would make it far
easier to reproduce.

If you like you can create an attachment of a copy of the page as a testcase to
this bug using "create new attachment". :)

Comment 2

16 years ago
J Glusman, have you tried the most recent builds available from:

Please try installing that build into a clean directory (don't overwrite an old
installation) and also create a new profile with phoenix.exe -ProfileManager.
Report back at http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=176074 with your

Comment 3

16 years ago
I think I have egg on my face (but don't really know why that should be...):

In the past, I had:
1. dropped the "Phoenix" folder into the existing Program Files directory,
confirming overwrite, and
2. for the 0.4 release, deleted my profile (using profile manager) and created a
new one as instructed

This time, I:
1. trashed both the program and settings folders, and did a clean install of the
latest nightly build, and
2. recreated my preference settings, in case something about cookies or java was
causing the problem

The problem has apparently disappeared.

Comment 4

16 years ago
Just to confirm, when I say "dropped the Phoenix folder" into the program files
directory, I mean that I dropped the folder called "Phoenix" into a directory
which contained another folder called "Phoenix."

Comment 5

16 years ago
Thanks for this information. Marking INVALID. Sometimes the release notes DO
contain important stuff:-)
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID

Comment 6

16 years ago
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