and now tool is working fine. Attachments Toolbox.gif 36 KB Comments See all(0) Add comment Anonymous 0 August 16, 2011 Hang on... Saved me a headache -- circa 2017 Comment on This Article: YourName: YourEmailAddress:Your Email Address will not be made public. This article contains the information how to change TargetCPU it in the Visual Studio: MSDN.
The solution is we have to force the 64 bit process to look at the registry entry at HKLM\Wow6432Node\CLSID and HKCR\Wow6432Node\CLSID.7. November 6, 2016, Philip says: That solved my problem. My goofy test didn't attemp to display a grid.... Does your windows 7 box have the latest security patches? see it here
For more information please see the detailed instruction for this situations in Developer’s Help → Guided Tour → Advanced Techniques → Programming Aspects → Using Visual Components in Different Versions of This saved my project. Changing- Build> target compile platform to x86 solved the freaking problem!! September 8, 2015, Wahid says: The solution for my problem as below,1.
April 16, 2013, Theo Gray says: @samtal If you are definately compiling your application as 32-bit (x86) then there is a possibility that 64-bit Office would fail, but you have 32-bit IOW if it works, fine; if it doesn't, "tough luck". 2 & 3. When I try to view the appl Read More Views 660 Votes 0 Answers 9 May 11, 2003 "Failed to self-register XYZ.dll" Hi there, I wrote a OLE-automation-server DLL in VB4.0. System.runtime.interopservices.comexception Class Not Registered About Us We're a friendly discussion community for Microsoft Office help and support.
gareth, Jan 9, 2008 #1 Advertisements Alvin Bruney [MVP] Guest Is the component registered on Vista? -- -- Regards, Alvin Bruney [MVP ASP.NET] [Shameless Author plug] The O.W.C. 80040154 Class Not Registered Exception From Hresult 0x80040154 Regdb_e_classnotreg I normally develop in VB6 but use VB2005 or beyond for in-house applications when needed and just tried to migrate one of those in-house apps from a 32-bit to a 64-bit In your case, have you checked that the ActiveX control is definitely registered on the client machine? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9502040/80040154-class-not-registered-with-interop-from-asp-net this is getting stranger by the minute.
copy easendmailobj.dll to destination machine. (run-time file of EASendMail ActiveX Object)2. Owc11 Office 2013 All of the individual suite applications are supported here, so please post your question in the relevant section for help. In the Platform column next to your project, click the combobox and select "". 8. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
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Thanks for such wonderful art of work and sharing the same on ur blog.Though i am not able to apply the solution anywhere, as i am using Windows Server 2008 R2, http://www.office-forums.com/threads/vs-2005-excel-component-owc11-in-vista.2173966/ April 28, 2015, Naresh says: Hi Theo,I have a problem of connecting to TFS 2008. Owc11.dll Missing August 27, 2014, Bob Hoyng says: Another thank you...lost several hours to this before I came across this post. 80040154 Class Not Registered C# You saved my life :) August 14, 2015, Sathishkumar says: Thanks a lot. :-) August 16, 2015, Dev says: THANK YOU!!!
Incorrect adding ABBYY FineReader Engine Visual Components to a Visual Studio 2010 project. They can only be "embedded" into something hosted on SharePoint. today we are going to set up a new 64 bit windows 7 box and see if it gives us the same results. Microsoft isn't supplying this, anymore.Cindy Meister, VSTO/Word MVP, my blog Proposed as answer by Quist ZhangModerator Tuesday, November 27, 2012 2:53 AM Marked as answer by Quist ZhangModerator Monday, December 03,
July 4, 2013, Eren says: I developed a camera integration to my Windows application. 80040154 Class Not Registered Powershell Click OK. 6. If you're interested in additional methods for monitoring bandwidt… Network Analysis Networking Network Management Paessler Network Operations How to set up email signature rules on Exchange Server using Exchange Rules Video
Because I wanted to handle events from the WebComponent, I followed the instructions in the MS KB article (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/328275/EN-US/) and recompiled the OWC11 dll.
Install the OWC components on that machine. -- ________________________ Warm regards, Alvin Bruney [MVP ASP.NET] [Shameless Author plug] The O.W.C. Read More Views 275 Votes 0 Answers 0 July 05, 2007 copy directorires - HP UNIX Let's say my source file is /A/B/C/D/file1, and mytarget directory is /E/F/G, I want the Also cursing MS a little bit. System.runtime.interopservices.comexception (0x80040154) Make sure that you are working under account that has permissions to launch the FREngine out of process server.
Hence, I cannot develop on this second machine. Read More Views 693 Votes 0 Answers 1 January 05, 2009 AD on 2003 We have created an AD Domain on Windows 2000 Server with no problems. Yes, definately recompiled and and tested the correct version as the installed folder location changed from Prgram Files to Program Files (x86) And yes Office Web Componentns does show up in I spent at least two days on this issue with a program that no one updated for years, and it turned out to be such a simple fix!
Do we need to have a copy of Enterprise for each developer or is it possible to use Professional for those developers not writing the R Read More Views 276 Votes I have been using AxInterop.OWC11.dll and it was working fine in Windows XP. October 11, 2011, majesty says: it work... PST on Dec. 30th with the primary email address on your Experts Exchange account and tell us about yourself and your experience.
December 8, 2011, VJ says: Theo gray. User ProfileView All Posts by UserView Thanks Users browsing this topic beata123 (3) EmailArchitect Support » Email Component Development » EASendMail SMTP Component - .NET Version » Class not Registered Forum Any > > suggestions > > of what DLL I should be using (and where to get it from) and what could > > preventing me from adding this reference? Allowed, yes; supported, no.
menu I get an error: (A > reference > to 'C:\...\OWC11.DLL' could not be added. All rights Reserved. Unfortunately, I do not understand the above messages. Is someone able to give me a step by step instruction of changing my computer settings if that is what is required?
January 13, 2012, Prasad says: My development environment is XP32bit & client is tested on win764bit. After all this time to have to think about COM and 32-bit code, ugh. Using the OutprocLoader object for loading and unloading the Engine object under account that has not permissions to launch the FREngine out of process server. Change "Target CPU" to x86, click OK, save and try again.**************************In VS Express 2005/8/10 VB Net or C", go to Tools -> Options.In the bottom-left corner of the Options dialog, check