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The fact that you have :
> BatchLab::TreeFactory::create_tree : unknown type "". > HistogramManager::book():problem creating the AIDA tree with storeName = testem14 > storeType = root readOnly =0 createNew = 1 options = --noErrors export =root > uncompress
signs something highly weird. Clearly the std::string containing "root" does not arrive properly within the BatchLab::TreeFactory::create_tree argument. An empty string is received instead !
I think that you have a problem because you are using a 64 bits machine whilst the osc_batch kit : osc_batch-16.11-Windows_NT-ix86-cl_1310 had been built on a 32 bits machine.
Well somewhere it is interesting to see that you can build something ! and that you had been able to run !! I would have expected a "more early crash".
I have no 64 bits Windows at hand for the moment then I can't help by providing you with the right binary kit. Then I am afraid that you have to attempt to build an osc_batch kit from source. See the web pages for that. But the port had never been done and I do not guarantee that things are going to work... (It had been ported on Linuxes, Mac 64 bits but not yet on Windows 64 bits). (If you attempt to do that and fall on "various problems", the best would be to proceed "off line" through emails). Else I am going to see if I can put the hand on a 64 bits Windows XP virtual machine...
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