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ASPTear

I downloaded ASPTear but could not register this with either regsvr32 or PWS/MTS on a Win98 Platform.

Any ideas?

Does it not work on this platform?

Thanks

Dave
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mgfranzCommented:
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daveamourAuthor Commented:
I have tried both regsvr32 and MTS.

I created a MTS Package and when I tried to add the component it greyed out the Finish button.  So I added another component and the Finish button was enabled at which point MTS gave me some comments about ASPTear being self registering?

Anyway it seems to work, but it is not a satisfactory solution and was just total luck to be honest that I tried what I did.
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FRehmanCommented:
when you try to register the dll with regsvr32 then what will happen
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daveamourAuthor Commented:
When I use regsvr32 I get

"Bad Command or Filename"
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frueyCommented:
This is probably due to the PATH environment variable. See if regsvr32 exists on your disk with Windoze Find file and then execute it from that directory, specifying the full path to asptear.dll
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daveamourAuthor Commented:
I ran this command from the folder containing the DLL assuming that regsvr32 is in an available path.

I will check this when I get home from work as it is on my machine at home that I am having this problem.

Thanks

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FRehmanCommented:
please find out that whther regsvr32.exe is exist in you harddisk or not if it is present and say this message then it is strange
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mgfranzCommented:
Actually just ensure your autoexec.bat has the PATH set correctly;

SET PATH=C:\windows;C:\windows\system;C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND;
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daveamourAuthor Commented:
Thanks dude

It appears as though my autoexec.bat was corrupted.  Silly me just assumed that regsvr32 was in an available path but it never occurred to me to check this.

Thanks

Dave
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