1. Haihong Yang
  2. PowerBuilder
  3. Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Hi,

We are working on upgrade to Powerbuilder 2017. We tried to deploy 64-bit Powerbuilder application to Windows 10 System. We have some .Net Component communicate with PB using OLEobject call. All .Net component build as AnyCPU. But communication failed at ConnectToNewObject() call. But if we build 32-bit Powerbuilder application, it works fine. Can anybody give me some help?

 

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Ken Guo Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi Yang,

What's the OLEObject you used for the call. It should also be for 64-bit applications.
For example, the DLL or OCX the OLEObject used is for 32-bit applications, then there would be problems in calling them in 64-bit applications and you need to re-code them to for 64-bit applications.

Regards,
Ken

 

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  1. Wednesday, 11 October 2017
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Bruce Armstrong Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Are you creating 64 bit registry entries using the 64 bit version of REGASM for your 64 bit application?

There are two different locations in the registry for looking up the entries, one used by 32 bit applications (including the PB IDE) and one used for 64 bit applications.

Whenever you get an error message from something like ConnectToNewObject it would be useful if you would provide the error number.  That helps track down the issue.

 

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  1. Sunday, 1 October 2017
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