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Posted on 2004-04-27
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   I wrote DLL (no MFC at all). Here's some export functions. When  I call DLL from test application everything OK. Then I added to DLL class (this class never called just compiled together without any error). Then I started test application and on load received error message "The procedure enntry point GetThreadId could not be located in dynamic linked library KERNEL32.dll".
    What can cause the error? thanks.
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by:_uni_
ID: 11003245
did you remember about __decl(dllexport)?

for example:
class CMyClass
{
public:
      __declspec(dllexport) CMyClass(void);
      __declspec(dllexport) ~CMyClass(void);
      __declspec(dllexport) void SayHello(CString s);
};

if so, please check project->properties->linker->optimization. set 'references' and 'enable comdat folding' to 'default' (or 'keep... / do not remove...').
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by:agzis
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Thanks. I used __decl(dllexport). My problem is GetThreadId function can be used only under Windows 2003 but I ran application in Win2k. Thanks anyway.
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