Cannot Register Type Library Error Accessing The Ole Registry
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This error message occurs when you use a COM reference to a type library, and it specifies the type library in a location that does not exist. For example, you may specify a type library in the following way:
This error is caused by a problem with an assembly that is registered to be loaded. This error message comes from the key value assigned to the assembly. The value may be invalid or zero.
This error message occurs due to a misspelled function name in the COM object's C-Code. In the PDB file, the name of the function should be in all capital letters with spaces after the name. However, several streaming positions may catch the lowercase version, and they will not be used to rename the function name.
Run the following instruction and it will attempt to register the type library information describing the interface on which the callback function is defined. You are prompted for a display name and the type library file specifies the CLSID. You can click OK.
The following data types can be specified either as a string or as a data type . If any of them are specified as a data type, then you must use a package specifier (such as Rexx) when selecting a data type. For more information, see the OLE Automation help topic.
To register the type library, first you need a valid assembly. Describe your interface with a simple class in PowerBuilder. If the project is in the PBOOT folder, PowerBuilder automatically generates two files with the extension.pbl which can be useful: 7211a4ac4a