The first thing I would do is check the error log to verify that the function being called is indeed the one you think is being called. You should also be able to identify and validate the particular code calling the function.
You should approach this just like you would any similar issue with a regular VFP application. There is nothing that FoxWeb does to alter the VFP environment, so if you are getting an error 1229, there must be a situation where a function is being called with too few arguments.
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Sent by Jeff Grippe on 11/29/2012 09:56:21 AM:
I have a function in a PRG file which is called from many of my scripts
Once in a while, the call to the function throws back VFP error 1229, 'Too few arguments'.
This doesn't make sense for many reasons. There are no required parameter for this function. When you see the error, and hit the back button and then try again, the function is called and works without an issue.
I don't have a clue about how to debug this or about what is causing the problem.
We are using VFP 7 on Win 2003 32 Bit. Also, the server is a VM.
Thanks for the help.