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#1 Posted : Tuesday, October 31, 2006 12:35:37 AM(UTC)
FreddyXLNC

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Hi,

We're using the LeadTools 14.5 VCL-version of the annotation-control (TLEADAnn) with Delphi 2006.

On our development-pc all works fine.

We encounter problems when we try to run the program on another machine (just for testing)

Loading the .cmp-file with TLEADAnn.Load - method returns error-code -9 (Invalid File Format).

We copied LTANN14N.DLL, LTDIS14N.DLL, LTEFX14N.DLL, LTFIL14N.DLL, LTIMG14N.DLL & LTKRN14N

to the windows/system32-directory

What's  causing this problem and what can we do to solve it ?

Thanks in advance

Fred

 

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, October 31, 2006 6:34:48 AM(UTC)

GregR  
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-9 means one of two things:

1. The file is invalid
2. The necessary filter DLL could not be found

Since the same image worked on your development machine, it is most likely because you forgot to deploy the necessary filters.  These are the DLLs named like LF???##?.dll.  Read the article "Files to be Included with Your Application" in your helpfile to determine which filters you need.

Additionally, if you still have problems after reading the help file, you can test and see which DLLs are being loaded by your application at any time by using Process Explorer.  This is a free program that is available from http://www.sysinternals....es/ProcessExplorer.html.  Use this program and see what DLLs load on your development machine and then see what is missing from your deployment machine.
 
#3 Posted : Tuesday, October 31, 2006 11:30:08 AM(UTC)
FreddyXLNC

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Hi Greg,

Thanks for your reply.

It was a missing filter DLL

Fred

 
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