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  1. #1
    Gill Guest

    Vb6 componets


    Hi,
    Big problem..I am missing a .ocx component. It was lost when the server was
    down and the application had to be reloaded, when it was reloaded the component
    was gone. It was a grid or spreadsheet of somesort. The original programmer
    is somewhere else...ie can't be found. To help, the component was replaced
    with a picturebox and all the objects missing were named with a vaS in front
    of them?? I have tried using other grids but it doesn't work some of the
    code is incompatible with these objects. If it can't be fixed a whole new
    program will probably have to be written. I really need someone's help and
    fast.
    Please please help
    Thanks
    Gill

  2. #2
    Paul Clement Guest

    Re: Vb6 componets

    On 20 Mar 2000 04:48:29 -0800, "Gill" <maloneygillian@hotmail.com> wrote:


    Hi,
    Big problem..I am missing a .ocx component. It was lost when the server was
    down and the application had to be reloaded, when it was reloaded the component
    was gone. It was a grid or spreadsheet of somesort. The original programmer
    is somewhere else...ie can't be found. To help, the component was replaced
    with a picturebox and all the objects missing were named with a vaS in front
    of them?? I have tried using other grids but it doesn't work some of the
    code is incompatible with these objects. If it can't be fixed a whole new
    program will probably have to be written. I really need someone's help and
    fast.
    Please please help
    Thanks
    Gill

    Try looking in the Components dialog (Project...Components). The reference should be listed as
    missing (unless you've already deselected the reference) and will tell you the name of the
    component.


    Paul ~~~ pclement@ameritech.net
    Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)

  3. #3
    Gill Guest

    Re: Vb6 componets



    Thanks Paul but I have tried that. I have looked up both references and components.
    I am missing a vb Addin toolbar. AITOOL.DLL comes up under location. I've
    tried everything Flexgrids are the most compatible but not with some keywords
    such as 'format' which is used throughout the code. Its an Activex control
    but I can't find the .ocx of the AITOOL.DLL. When I try to add the AITOOL.DLL
    to the toolbox I get an error saying that it can't add it, so Im stuck????
    If this has made it clearer then I would really appreciate some feedback.
    I have been told something about a register on the server but no.1 I am trying
    to fix this program out of the client office so I can't get to the server
    although if I could do that I could find a way to get there, and well no.2
    I'm new to this.
    Any help is very very much appreciated
    Thanks Gill
    Paul Clement <UseAdddressAtEndofMessage@swspectrum.com> wrote:
    >On 20 Mar 2000 04:48:29 -0800, "Gill" <maloneygillian@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    > Hi,
    > Big problem..I am missing a .ocx component. It was lost when the server

    was
    > down and the application had to be reloaded, when it was reloaded the

    component
    > was gone. It was a grid or spreadsheet of somesort. The original programmer
    > is somewhere else...ie can't be found. To help, the component was replaced
    > with a picturebox and all the objects missing were named with a vaS in

    front
    > of them?? I have tried using other grids but it doesn't work some of the
    > code is incompatible with these objects. If it can't be fixed a whole

    new
    > program will probably have to be written. I really need someone's help

    and
    > fast.
    > Please please help
    > Thanks
    > Gill
    >
    >Try looking in the Components dialog (Project...Components). The reference

    should be
    >listed as
    >missing (unless you've already deselected the reference) and will tell you

    the name
    >of the
    >component.
    >
    >
    >Paul ~~~ pclement@ameritech.net
    >Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)



  4. #4
    Calling Paul Clement Guest

    Re: Vb6 componets


    If you could, please look at my last reply and see what you think?????
    Thanks
    Gill

  5. #5
    Paul Clement Guest

    Re: Vb6 componets

    On 20 Mar 2000 07:31:01 -0800, "Gill" <maloneygillian@hotmail.com> wrote:



    Thanks Paul but I have tried that. I have looked up both references and components.
    I am missing a vb Addin toolbar. AITOOL.DLL comes up under location. I've
    tried everything Flexgrids are the most compatible but not with some keywords
    such as 'format' which is used throughout the code. Its an Activex control
    but I can't find the .ocx of the AITOOL.DLL. When I try to add the AITOOL.DLL
    to the toolbox I get an error saying that it can't add it, so Im stuck????
    If this has made it clearer then I would really appreciate some feedback.
    I have been told something about a register on the server but no.1 I am trying
    to fix this program out of the client office so I can't get to the server
    although if I could do that I could find a way to get there, and well no.2
    I'm new to this.

    So let me verify here, is AITOOL.DLL the component that is missing the ActiveX Grid component?


    Paul ~~~ pclement@ameritech.net
    Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)

  6. #6
    Paul Clement Guest

    Re: Vb6 componets

    On Mon, 20 Mar 2000 13:33:02 -0600, Paul Clement <UseAdddressAtEndofMessage@swspectrum.com> wrote:


    So let me verify here, is AITOOL.DLL the component that is missing the ActiveX Grid component?

    Just to follow up, there is a utility called Dependency Walker that is installed with Visual Studio
    6.0. You may be able to use this utility to identify the missing component.


    Paul ~~~ pclement@ameritech.net
    Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)

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