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#1 Posted : Monday, August 27, 2007 11:35:57 AM(UTC)

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You must create a new package project. I did this, but found that Delphi was placing all of the files EXCEPT the .bpl file in my project's directory. Even though it compiled correctly and created a .dpk (Delphi Package) it would say that this file was an invalid package. After reading something that said that you should get a .bpl file as well as the dpk file I searched the computer and found out that the corresonding bpl was located in C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\My Documents\Borland Studio Projects\Bpl\.
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#2 Posted : Monday, August 27, 2007 11:36:37 AM(UTC)

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Instead of creating a new package, you could add the .PAS file to DCLUSR, which is the standard package for importing ActiveX and COM objects.

If I remember correctly, Delphi adds them correctly for OCX, but 'forgets' to add the PAS to the package for non-OCX COM objects.
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