1. Tom Mangano
  2. PowerBuilder Beta
  3. Tuesday, 09 April 2019

because i have PB 2019 installed on my PC, the executable runs as expected.

build is 64 bit platform.

i'm doing this for testing only.

i created PBCLTRT190.msi using the runtime packager.

got this warning

file was created

here's the file

 

installation was on Win10 Pro

instead of installing to the default path, i installed in the folder where my application runs (c:\VS7\)

when i double-clicked on the EXE file i got the following error message

suggestions?

 

 

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good morning Chris,

Problem solved.

as stated in my original post, i compiled the app as 64 bit. 

if you look at the run time packager screen shots, you'll see it created the MSI as a 32 bit.

i compiled the app as 32 bit and installed both on a virgin Win10 Pro pc.

works fine.

thanks for the help,

Tom

 

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Hi Tom;

Excellent news!

Yes, your initial post said a "64 bit platform" not a "64 bit App" - so I ass-u-me'd that you meant a 64bit O/S. That is why I did not challenge the packager screen shots. ;-)

Regards ... Chris
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hello Chris,

Thanks for the quick response.  i have one problem.  i searched my entire C drive and cannot fine any LIB*190 dlls

there are 24 lib* dlls under Appeon which i moved to the test pc.  no help

Tom M

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Hi Tom;

   The PB "Packager" utility "assumes" that a) the .Net 4.0 (or later) run-time framework is installed and b) the VS2010 C++ redistributable run-time is already installed on your target deployment PC. If not for "B", you will need to either manually install this from MSDN or copy the following DLL's from the "PB2019" Shared folder ...

msvcp100.dll
msvcr100.dll
atl100.dll

  You may also need to manually copy the "nlwnsck.dll" file as well as the LIBxxx190 DLL's have a dependency on this Microsoft DLL.

HTH

Regards ... Chris

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