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EOleSysError with TFTP in Delphi 3.0

Posted on 1998-01-30
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I'm developping an apps with the TFTP object in D3. When I run the apps on another machine that have not D3 installed, I got the EOleSysError.

What can I do?
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Yo,

the TFTP-object is an ActiveX-Control in an external file (ftpct.ocx in your system directory). It has to be registered on each client machine that runs your program. To do so, copy it in the system directory of the client, get a command prompt, change to the system directory an type 'regsvr32 ftpct.ocx'.

I recommend to take a look at the lots of freeware native-components for FTP, HTTP and stuff on any DSP. They work better than the Netmanage ActiveX-Controls.

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