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.
It turned out that the QB uninstall deleted the MSXML4.DLL. The fix was to download and install it from the Microsoft site.
As I mentioned I reinstalled XML 4 SP2 is there anything else I can try?
Make sure that xml 4 is set as a reference on your project.
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.
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.
Great to hear that. Thanks for keep me posted.
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