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    2002.05.00 killing com

    User Don Robertson (Don.Robertson@etrade.com.nospam) posted:

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    I upgraded from 7.5 to 2002.05.00 and it looks like the robot is killing a
    com every time a certain action is executed on the front end. I'm using a
    VB front end on Windows 2000. I haven't enabled the front end for the 2002
    version, because its my understanding this is not longer required.(naive?)
    The enabled front end worked fine with Robot 7.5 on NT so I assume its
    either the Robot or Windows 2000 causing me some difficulty. Does anyone
    have any experience with this type of problem?

    Thanks,


    Don
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    Re: 2002.05.00 killing com

    User (lgoodwin@russell.com.nospam) posted:

    I can't read your attachment. In any case, here are some things you might
    try to isolate/alleviate the problem:

    1. Open the Extension Manager and disable support for all environments
    that you do not need. This is a shot in the dark, but you never know.

    2. Install Robot version 2000.02.10 or 2001a and see if the problem
    persists. This would require creating a test repository for that version
    and migrating your test assets from the existing repository.

    I have not had to use the SQA OCX with any VB5 applications when using
    Robot versions 2000.02.10 and 2002. Other members of this group have
    reported cases where Robot did not gain full recognition without the OCX
    installed (I think it was with MSVC++ controls).

    HTH,

    Luke


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