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What version of Windows and what Oracle client?
windows server 2008, oracle client 11.2.0
Are either of those 64 bit? If so, your problem is likely related to that.
A 64 bit Oracle client doesn't support OO4O at all, so this code will never work with that client. You need to use a 32 bit one.
If you are using a 32 bit client but on a 64 bit OS, I've found the 11.2.03 installer doesn't properly register the files. Manually registering OraOleDB11.dll may fix it, though we had to do some other registry stuff and it got very ugly. Backing up to a slightly older client should also fix the problem.
Yes the system is running in 64 bit OS.
so what is the solution for this issue ?
is there any dll would solve this problem ?
please share your idea.
If it's the same problem I had, the DLL is already there and just not registered. I use this command to register it from an admin command prompt, you could try it. You'll have to adjust the path for where it is on your computer.
i will try it....
i will get back if i have anything
Edited by: 1004996 on May 12, 2013 9:10 PM
I am using below code in vb6 application but this is throwing an "Runtime Error '429': ActiveX component can't create object" error.
is that due to any dll or reference error ?
please share your solution
Thanks in advance
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Edited by: 1006237 on May 15, 2013 9:32 PM