(AMR Client) - One or more errors occurred. (Object reference not set to an instance of an object.)


#1

I keep getting this error when I try to use the AMR client.

Here’s the error log:

“Id”: “17dce98b-d04e-4022-96fe-aa6b2c206dd2”,
“Date”: “2017-06-06T01:19:06.2429902Z”,
“Message”: “One or more errors occurred. (Object reference not set to an instance of an object.)”,
“Type”: “System.AggregateException”,
“StackTrace”: " at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.ThrowIfExceptional(Boolean includeTaskCanceledExceptions)\r\n at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.Wait(Int32 millisecondsTimeout, CancellationToken cancellationToken)\r\n at amr2.ClientSimulationSource.Listen(Func5 action, Func4 chunkAction, Action1 status, CancellationToken canceller)\r\n at TeamRobot.Wow.Simulator.Services.SimWorker.Run(Action2 callback, Action1 status, Action1 info, String chunkQueueName, String chunkTableName, String csvFolder, CancellationToken outsideCancelToken)\r\n at amr2.Worker.RunWorker()\r\n at amr2.Worker.Start()\r\n at amr2.Program.Main(String[] args)"
},

I’m using Windows 10CU, and all updates are current. Any ideas? Thanks.


#2

When do you get this error – right away when you start it up, or after a while? Or after you try to start a simulation?


#3

Initially it didn’t start happening until I first ran a simulation and from that point on it would error as soon as I opened the client. Sometimes I can hit a key quick enough and clear the queue which stops it from giving me the error immediately, but I just run into the problem again when I try and run another sim.

Currently (assuming I don’t clear the queue) it just errors every time I open it.


#4

Unfortunately that error message is a bit vague… in our next update I have some code that can hopefully print out more information.

Have you tried deleting the whole folder and re-downloading the latest version from our site? This will blow away your settings as well, wondering if somehow a bad setting is causing an issue…


#5

Yeah, I’ve deleted the folder and re-downloaded a few times just to make sure, but I just run into the issue again.


#6

Do you have a link to the simulation that causes the problem? Or does pretty much any simulation cause it?


#7

The simulation report doesn’t really generate. It just sits at “Queued” since it errors immediately, and yeah it happens with any simulation I’ve tried.

Here’s the report anyways though:
http://www.askmrrobot.com/wow/simulator/report/b76eab3d5fb84779a084ae39172a13dd


#8

Strange… seems like it is getting an error any time it pulls work from your queue, before it can even start it.

Another question – do you have a free or premium user account?


#9

I’m using a free account


#10

I think that I found the cause of the error – thanks for the bug report.

I’ll fix and try to get a client update out soon, in the next day or two.


#11

Just wanted to give an update. The most recent version fixed the issue! Thanks a lot for the quick responses and fix.