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I am writing a middleware library in .Net which will be invoking Web services and respond back to VB6 legacy applications with the service output.
So far I have made the assembly as ComVisible without generating strong-name for it.
The .Net dll will be used to generate a type library (.tlb) which can be added in Project References of the VB6 application and used to invoke the services.
Using regasm tool, the TLB file is generated fine and registered to the local registry.
I first registered the TLB from local system drive and everything worked fine.
Now the system constraint is that, the assembly and type library cannot be stored in end-user machines.
So I need to map to a network drive and register the TLB from there.
The regasm tool registers it from network drive also, but the VB6 application is not able to access the classes in .Net
I just can't seem to get this right.
I have a Com Class written in VB.Net that brings up a form where users can enter information.
I have a delphi program that opens this class and it shows the form fine.
The problem I have is with events raised in the Com Class. It just does not get fired in delphi, although I can assign it to a procedure.
IE9 loads a com activex, when an activex method is called, in the method it launches another com exe (registerless using manifest), cocreates and get the interface pointer then calls a method of that interface.
I am able to launch, cocreate and get interface pointer but when the method of that interface is called the following error is returned. "The group or resource is not in the correct state to perform the requested operation"
I am trying to load the
.txt file specified in the first parameter of the OpenText API
And for some reason I get the feeling the source of the error
Is its not finding the file
I tried various variations on the file name as just specifying the file and having it in a directory
That's in the path variable but I still get the same error