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Thread: Error 429 "ActiveX Component Can't Create Object" ???

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    Hope someone can help - this is doing my head in!

    (Dev Env: Win98 VB6.0 SP3)

    Ok - I've got an app that works fine on the win98 development machine. When installing on win95 test machine it works ok until suddenly it throws up this Error 429 "ActiveX Component Can't Creat Object"

    I'm really new at this and don't know how to debug it... From what I know:

    It's the msInet control that's doing it, BUT - it's already successfully executed a couple of commands:

    1. "CD /" (to test the ftp connection)
    2. "CD /website/test/" (to change to the required directory to transfer to)

    The one that fails is a PUT command...??

    PLEASE help - I've got a few other bugs in the software which I expected, but this is the one that is really stumping me!

    Cheers all,



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    How are you testing this app on the win95 machine? Are you using the package and deployment wizard? If so, check to make sure that any project-components that you have selected or call out to, are also in project-references in the vb menu bar.

    dmuir

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    Hi Dmuir

    Thanks for your reply - yes, I'd found this somewhere and you're right - it was the references.

    I wasn't aware that a VB project could reference an object if there was no explicit reference to it - so I thought it was already done...

    Important point for newer developers me thinks...!

    Thanks again!

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