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VC++ Access Violation RTTI data -- rtti included in compile

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Hi guys. I'm getting an exception from a dynamic_cast that says
"Access violation - No Rtti data"

The only solution I've found is to turn on RTTI, but the compile options clearly say that it is enabled. The only complication I can see is that I'm dynamic_casting the pointer from a boost::scoped_ptr.

Example:
---
struct MessageBody {
virtual ~MessageBody(){}
}

struct ServerJoinPermissionBody : public MessageBody {
// ...
}

// ...
boost::scoped_ptr<MessageBody> body;
body.reset(new ServerJoinPermissionBody());

// ...
ServerJoinPermissionBody *b=dynamic_cast<ServerJoinPermissionBody *>(body.get()); // Access Violation - No RTTI Data
---

Can anyone help me? This is how a dynamic cast is used, right? (cast one pointer to another?)

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Your code works just fine for me. Some possibilities: you may of enabled RTTI for debug but not release or vice versa. You may have enabled RTTI for only one source file or the entire project.

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