How to increase PythonWin v2.0: COM browser limits?

Twan van der Schoot twanvds at xs4all.nl
Tue Mar 20 03:32:24 CET 2001


thanks,


But I think it is strange that nobody else seems to have the problem, wonder
if anybody uses the COM facilities in Pythonwin.

gr

Twan


"Eduard Hiti" <KatMouse at gmx.de> wrote in message
news:995sgi$7u0$04$1 at news.t-online.com...
> I just tried the COM browser here on my machine, and it gives me the same
> error. I'm suspecting an error in Pythonwin...
>
> Eduard
>
> "Twan van der Schoot" <twanvds at xs4all.nl> wrote in message
> news:994psh$so5$1 at news1.xs4all.nl...
> | I'm trying to use the COM Browser in Pythonwin version 2.0.  But I run
> into
> | limitations of some kind.  As a Python newby I dutifully scanned FAQs
and
> | newsgroups, but alas!
> |
> | To reproduce the problem: On a heavily used NT 4.0 system with a lot of
> | registered COM stuff, start Pythonwin version 2.0 go to the menu entry:
> COM
> | Browser to start the COM browser and expand the "Registered Categories"
> | branch in the tree view.
> |
> | Pythonwin shows in the interactive window a backtrace on an exception.
> The
> | culprit raising this exception was the response:
> |
> | File "D:\Python20\win32com\client\util.py", line 53, in __GetIndex
> |     result = self._oleobj_.Next(1)
> | pywintypes.com_error: (-2147024882, 'Not enough storage is available to
> | complete this operation.', None, None)
> | win32ui: Exception in OnNotify() handler
> |
> | Something suggests that the number of registered objects is too large
for
> | the COM browser.  As I've -of course- the sources available, I was
wonder
> if
> | there is some parameter which I can increase to solve the problem.  Or
am
> I
> | running into limitations of the treeview control of MS Windows?
> |
> | TIA
> |
> | Twan van der Schoot
> | twanvds at NOSPAM.xs4all.nl
> |
> |
>
>





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