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Hi all,
 when i created a package, i selected some of the files as shared, then it resulted in problem while setting up. Now i want to recheck the files  as not shared. But i am unable to mark it as not shared. when i started to set up the program, "the class does not support this automation" error occurs. how can i fix this?. It's urgent Can u all help me.
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by:appari
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delete the .pdm file from the folder where .vbp file exists. then create fresh package again, now you can select all the options again.
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by:Jeyanthi
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Hi appari,

Thanks for ur comment.
My problem i want to make the selected dlls as not shared!. If i deelte the PDM files, then i can select the files to add in the package. i am not getting the option to not share the dll file.


help me.



Regards,
Jeyanthi

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by:Shauli
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As appari mentioned, if you delete the .pdm you can start from fresh. I assume that this is an activeX dll which you have created and not an MS dll, so if you want to remove it alltogether, then uncheck it in the "add files" section of the P&D, else if you want to install it, but just not to make it a shared file, then the last window of the P&D allows you to check and uncheck shared files.
A little piece of a free advise :) - drop P&D and move to innosetup http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.php. It is a far better installer, and its free.

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