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I've made a big program named "Xombo" but every time
I will run this on anyother computer (without Delphi3)
then he says Error : "....EOleSysError...." found.
I use any INTERNET Tools, but why
do you want to know this because can't
you COMPILE ALL THE USED FILES in 1 .exe FILE?
<programname>.exe ??

If I use any .OCX files must I make a setup
for other systems (without Delphi3)
that will copy the used .OCX files in the WINDOWS\SYSTEM
directory?
And I use .DLL files ! Yeah a lots of them!

Homepage:
http://www.comborich.8m.com/
"Xombo" can somebody tell me how to run this
without any computer has DELPHI3 ?! PLEASE!

What can I do about this?
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Depending on what OCX's & DLL's that you use, you'll have to install and register them on the "other" computer.

Are you using any internet controls, chartFx etc ?
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Are you using the Internet Controls provided with Delphi 3??

if you are, check the following url(s) out:

http://www.netmanage.com/support/faqs/activex.html#26
http://www.borland.com/devsupport/borlandcpp/ti_list/TI3265.html

you will need to register the ocx's in the registry....  Just copy what ever you have in the registry for the control you are using, and put it in your setup utility.  The path for the key is found in the first url i gave you.


What do you mean about compiling all the files in one *.exe file???



Are you sure you have all the DLL's Installed and registered in the other computer?
try doing the following to each dll in the other computer.

c:\windows\regsvr32 dll_name.dll

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You have to install the OCX's on the target computer using (as jconde has stated)
regsvr32  ocx_name.ocx

Note that if the OCX uses any DLL's then these must be installed (using regsvr32.exe) before the OCX.

Socrates.
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Xombo, I forgot to give you a very Important url concerning the components I discuss above.

http://kakadu.rz.uni-passau.de/~w4hoff01/Delphi/isp_sol.txt

jorge
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