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Hi :

I'm using ChartFx98

I tried to register ChartFx98 in other Pc , but I can't :(

SFXBAR.DLL

CFX4032.OCX

CFX4DATA.DLL (if used)

ANNOTATEX.DLL (if used)

I copied all files into \Program Files\Common Files\Software FX Shared after

that I registered all files.

But the control isn't ready to use with me app.

Any solution ?

thanks in advice

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Vikthor

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"Vikthor" wrote...

> I'm using ChartFx98. I tried to register ChartFx98 in other Pc , but I

can't :(

>

> SFXBAR.DLL

> CFX4032.OCX

> CFX4DATA.DLL (if used)

> ANNOTATEX.DLL (if used)

>

> I copied all files into \Program Files\Common Files\Software FX Shared

after

> that I registered all files. But the control isn't ready to use with me

app.

Hi Vikthor,

It is not clear, whether you register the files manually (using

regsvr32.exe)

or automatically from the application. It happened to us that we

registered the files automatically, but the registration unexpectedly

failed.

We do use Cfx4032.dll instead of the mentioned OCX version, but

the behaviour can be similar. When registering the Cfx4032.dll automatically

from our application, the registration fails when SfxBar.dll is not found.

(We distribute only the two mentioned dll's and we put them both to

the same directory, not necessarily to the \Program Files\....)

After doing some experiments it seems that Cfx4032 searches

for the SfxBar during the registration. It seems that it searches in

the working directory and then in the directories listed

in the PATH variable. In our case, the working directory

was different, and the dll's directory was not listed in PATH.

Solution: Just before registering the Cfx4032.dll, the application

temporarily switches the working directory to the one where

both dll's are located. After doing that, we have no problem with

registration any more.

Regards,

Petr

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Petr Prikryl (prikrylp at skil dot cz)

Pokud nele

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