Today we were working as usual in 1IM and we got a problem compiling the database related with a script that we haven't touched for days. After this, now we can not log in in any 1IM application (the connectivity with the database is working and if we put a wrong password we got the typical login error) and we get the following error:
 Assembly could not be loaded from buffer passed down.
Could not load file or assembly '1517568 bytes loaded from VI.DB, Version=7.1.2016.901, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=xxxxxxxxxxxxx' or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format.Bad IL format.
Any recommendation will be appreciated. Thanks,
In reply to Barry Jackson:
In reply to adrian.perez3:
In reply to Markus Weiss-Ehlers:
Exactly the same error.
You should have checked the System or Application event log as these are .NET messages.
No, there is no way to compile the database without accessing the database.
You can delete the entries in DialogScriptAssembly, they will be re-created.