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  • #62829

    calvin
    Premium Member

    When running the CoreobjX Diagnostics tool I am getting an ActiveX component can’t create object. Also failing when adding a reference in Visual Studio. Running Windows 10 fall edition. Restarted, reinstalled, tried manually registering dlls, installing XML 4 SP2 and C++ runtimes. Not sure what else to try to get the component working please advise.

    -Calvin

    #62835

    Yudel Rosales
    Keymaster

    It turned out that the QB uninstall deleted the MSXML4.DLL. The fix was to download and install it from the Microsoft site.

    #62848

    calvin
    Premium Member

    As I mentioned I reinstalled XML 4 SP2 is there anything else I can try?

    #62862

    Yudel Rosales
    Keymaster

    Make sure that xml 4 is set as a reference on your project.

    #62881

    calvin
    Premium Member

    Yeah I deleted the reference and re-added it but there was no change. I also tried it on my backup machine and it also has the same issue, it seems the latest update of Windows 10 is the only change I can identify. The test app also isn’t able to make it work. I am not sure how to tell why it can’t initiate it.

    -Calvin

    #62894

    calvin
    Premium Member

    For some reason there was a reference to Ado 2.5 with a yellow explanation I deleted it and the problem went away. Sample app still returns error. In a sample project adding a reference to the Coreobjx automatically added the Ado 2.5 reference. If you delete it then it would compile. Appears to work now thanks.

    #62919

    Yudel Rosales
    Keymaster

    Great to hear that. Thanks for keep me posted.
    Best Regards,

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