I hope this is the correct newsgroup. I have a complexed Windows
program that creates lots of windows, dialogs, user coded controls
etc. The user can open 'sets' of these resources. I have found that
I can only open 4/5 'sets' before the USER object number reaches 10000
( as seen in the task manager) - and when that limit is reached my
program cannot open any more windows etc. I am using NT/ Windows
Can an application increase this limit?
Can an application make a system call to find out this limit?
Can an application make a system call to find its curent value?
Maybe there is a 'user' or 'application' right that can be set?
Thanks in advance,
"Daniel Hilton" <dhi...@ukonline.co.uk> wrote in message