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06-24-1997, 12:00 AM
I have a VB4 application using vcfi16.ocx (First Impressions) and
vcf116.ocx (Formula One).

I made the setup with ISX2.1. I made sure that the installation
registers the OCXs that I was talking above. I use the regserv.exe for
that. When I run my application it still says "Error 429. You do not
have the appropriate license to use this functionality."

What's wrong ?

Please help. Thanks.
Simona

NewsArchive
07-01-1997, 12:00 AM
Simona,

The Visual Basic helps describes error 429 as the OLE Automation server
can't create object or return reference to this object (Error 429). Refer
to Visual Basic help for further information for
this error.
Dan

Simona Necula <simona@pendcalc.com> wrote in article
<33AFDF87.2C8222D0@pendcalc.com>...
> I have a VB4 application using vcfi16.ocx (First Impressions) and
> vcf116.ocx (Formula One).
>
> I made the setup with ISX2.1. I made sure that the installation
> registers the OCXs that I was talking above. I use the regserv.exe for
> that. When I run my application it still says "Error 429. You do not
> have the appropriate license to use this functionality."
>
> What's wrong ?
>
> Please help. Thanks.
> Simona
>
>

NewsArchive
07-01-1997, 12:00 AM
Simona,


Instead of running regserv.exe itself as an extension with your OCX's as
parameters, use a batch file and run that as an extension. Make sure you
write your commands in the batch file in the dependency order needed for
your files. If this does not work, then I highly suspect that Express
itself has nothing to do with this, in this case, you should contact the
vender for these third party OCX's.

Ayman
InstallShield Corp.


PS. This answer was based on more information provided.

Simona Necula <simona@pendcalc.com> wrote in article
<33AFDF87.2C8222D0@pendcalc.com>...
> I have a VB4 application using vcfi16.ocx (First Impressions) and
> vcf116.ocx (Formula One).
>
> I made the setup with ISX2.1. I made sure that the installation
> registers the OCXs that I was talking above. I use the regserv.exe for
> that. When I run my application it still says "Error 429. You do not
> have the appropriate license to use this functionality."
>
> What's wrong ?
>
> Please help. Thanks.
> Simona
>
>