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  • OLE error on two machines

    Receiving this error on two machines in our office, every machine is set up with the same base software, not sure why only two machines are affected
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    What would cause this
    ?

  • #2
    Re: OLE error on two machines

    Without knowing what is suppose to be happenning, it's hard to say.

    It does look as if a variable DBS is being DIMMED incorrectly. You'd have to look at the code.

    TYPE might be D for DATE, C for CHARACTER, N for NUMBER.

    Usually, it would be:

    Dim DBS as C

    or:

    Dim DBS as n

    Then, one might extend that to:

    Dim DBS as c = <some value here to load into the variable>

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    • #3
      Re: OLE error on two machines

      Craig,

      He's using the syntax in Using ADO (ActiveX Data Objects) with Xbasic.

      http://wiki.alphasoftware.com/Using+...s_+with+Xbasic
      There can be only one.

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      • #4
        Re: OLE error on two machines

        Its supposed to be bringing data in from an SQL database that stores web orders. We have a few dll's that are needed to have this function however they have been installed
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        • #5
          Re: OLE error on two machines

          Is it possible the dll's didn't register correctly on the problem machines? Same Windows version on all machines and same 32 or 64 bit machines?
          There can be only one.

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          • #6
            Re: OLE error on two machines

            Windows 7 32 bit for all machines
            this is the contents of install.bat

            regsvr32 /s ComPipe.dll
            regsvr32 /s Commerce.dll
            regsvr32 /s MscsCore.dll
            regsvr32 /s Mscsresource.dll
            regsvr32 /s StdRetComp.dll
            regsvr32 /s commerceprxps.dll


            I do run this as the admin, however I unfortunately do not know the purpose of these libraries, documentation is almost non existent on this matter. =/

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            • #7
              Re: OLE error on two machines

              Stan:

              My error. I stand corrected.

              Thanks!

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              • #8
                Re: OLE error on two machines

                Keep your seat. Took me a few minutes to remember seeing that construction.
                There can be only one.

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                • #9
                  Re: OLE error on two machines

                  If anyone is interested in the solution for this, it really had nothing to do with alpha. The script I was provided with to install those libraries, was not properly coded, the paths were not set properly, re coded the .bat file and its all fine.

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                  • #10
                    Re: OLE error on two machines

                    Michael,

                    It is always appreciated when the poster provides closure such as you have. The message board works best when it also serves as a knowledge resource.
                    There can be only one.

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