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I have a CDocument Class , I must call a timer and I call it with CView class..my code:
void CScaricoView::OnTimer(UINT nIDEvent)  // called every uElapse milliseconds
{
	// do something, but quickly
	GetDocument()->Prova();
	CScaricoView::OnTimer(nIDEvent);
}





but U have this error in CDocument and I don't know why..

void CScaricoDoc::Prova()
{
	int pp = 5;
}


What I have tried:

I tried to remove timer and software works
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Updated 29-May-23 20:15pm
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Quote:
void CScaricoView::OnTimer(UINT nIDEvent) // called every uElapse milliseconds
{
// do something, but quickly
GetDocument()->Prova();
CScaricoView::OnTimer(nIDEvent); <-- PROBLEM HERE
}


This is a recursive call (without stop condition).

The timer handler is already invoked repeatedly, just remove the marked line.
 
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Mr. Pallini is correct. I will repeat myself from your previous question, your OnTimer method should look something like this :
C++
void CScaricoView::OnTimer( UINT_PTR timertId )
{
   if( timerId == MyTimerId )    // handle only YOUR timer event, not all of them
   {
      // handle timer event
   }
   __super::OnTimer( eventId );  // let base class have its shot at it
}
 
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