Please help in this regards. In conflict with the above statement from support. Please suggest a solution for the same. Please show my any way how to register my debug build ocx file in Windows 7 64 Bit. What could be the reason? I have been working on a Project, where I created my own ocx application Validate. On executing this ocx with a sample application, the dialog box is not getting invoked.
I have not verified anything. You must run regsvr32 as admin. You can use the Microsoft Register Server Regsvr32. Is Visual Studio 2008 installed on the target machine? The specified module could not be found. Would you like to answer one of these instead? Here is a link about how to generate an x64 bit application from an x86 bit project: If you have any more questions, please feel free to let me know. I suggest you re-complier your project in 64-bit project platform configuration and generate a 64-bit application; then, port the new 64-bit application and try again. And this function is failing.
I think the latter is unlikely and anyway I can't do much to help! For windows 64-bit you need to put mscomct2. I mean you need to re-compile your project and generate an x64 bit application. I have read following: But to no avail. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. Why is this component not getting registered? This post in the , seems to cover this scenario pretty well. Based on my understanding, you have created an ocx application, Validate. I hope my suggestion will help.
What am I missing here? I am trying to register RichTx32. You haven't answered Ed's question. And my ocx is a 32 bit application. This might be the reason for the dialog box not getting displayed. Check if the module is compatible with an x86 32-bit or x64 64-bit version of regsvr32. However, the OnInitDialog of Dialog class is not getting called. Maybe your original application is not compatible for Windows 7 64-bit environment.
Here is what I have read about mscomct2. Thanks and Regards, Mayank Agarwal. Not the answer you're looking for? Now the release build of ocx is registering successfully with regsvr32. Hi, I have the exact same problem here: unable to register the debug build, but the Release build registers just fine. Browse other questions tagged or. However, as I try to register it using regsvr32 as shown in the command window below, I am getting shown error popup.
Sorry for the belated response. Ocx for an application I am working on in Access 2010 File Format 2003 mdb. . You can obtain an up to date version of mscomct2. Make sure the binary is stored at the specific path or debug it to check for problems with the binary or dependant. That's the only way to ensure that the debug libraries are installed correctly, since they are not redistributable.
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