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    How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    Hi
    I have written a program in OpenCV with VC++ and now .exe file is created and now I am going for GUI using Visual Basic but I am unable to run and link that .exe file through visual basic.
    can anyone help me please?

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    Welcome to the forums....

    If you want to run an EXE file from VB6, then try Shell().

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    I have already tried shell command..i can run normal .exe files from shell command but i am unable to run .exe files containing openCV functions from shell command.
    anybody who knows @ it?

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    I have already tried shell command..but i can run normal .exe files from shell command but I am unable to run the .exe file containing openCV functions..can anyone help?

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    Any EXE files can be opened using Shell() function. What happened when you tried it...??? Any errors ??? Are you running it in the same computer ??

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    I am getting error unknown erorr code -9() in function cvSetimageROI,.\cxarray.cpp(3465)

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    Quote Originally Posted by adison88 View Post
    Hi
    I have written a program in OpenCV with VC++ and now .exe file is created and now I am going for GUI using Visual Basic but I am unable to run and link that .exe file through visual basic.
    can anyone help me please?

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    I am confused...! What does this means..?? Could you explain it...???

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    I have created .exe file in VC++ and I can run .exe file by manually clicking on it but when I go for GUi from VB6 and use that shell command and call .exe file,it gives me error as stated above.

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    Does it have any dependencies..??? I mean any resource files that needs to be copied to the folder where the EXE is situated..???

    Have you tried using Shell(), without copying the EXE to any other folder. For example: if your VC++ project is situated in "c:\aditya\projectvcpp\bin\myfile.exe" then using that path in Shell() function..???
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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    I have added all .dll files so there is no problem regarding dependancies..

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    Are you trying it in the same PC..??? Some dll/ocx files needs to be registered before they are used (using regsvr32). So, check that also...!

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    I am trying it on the same PC..

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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

    Is your error message being generated from VB or VC++?
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    Re: How to run .exe of OpenCV from Microsoft Visual Basic

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