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Q about registering COM component?

jabarooth
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Last Modified: 2013-11-20
here i am trying to register a COM component through command prompt.
like

regsvr32 nlsxbe.dll

when i execute this one messagebox is popping up and saying that,

"nlsxbe.dll is loaded, but DllUnRegisterServer entry point was not
found. Maybe the corrupted version of
nlsxbe.dll is in memory."

can any one help me

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Do you mean i have to change my dll. How i can rectify this, actually this the lotus notes dll.
Wyn

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hmm,I never use this .dll and why you register it? aint there some reg files?
Yep,originally I do mean that.

Maybe you should reject me and wait another answer.If another answer shining ,that's great.If the same, I'm sorry to say the useless help

My standpoint is:
If it's not a error of exporting functions ,this .dll should not be used taht way.Otherwise,let me know.
Thanx.

Regards
W.Yinan

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