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Posted on 2004-04-28
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Why do I get the following error when compiling / making a DLL in VB6.0 "Programmatic ID string too long BSCollateralReviewAdmin.ICRFAdmin_UserService . The programmatic ID must be 39 characters or less"

The  Project name is BSCollateralReviewAdmin
and class name is ICRFAdmin_UserService

These naming convention I need to follow as per the project standards.
Without changing the name , it there is any way to overcome this Error.

Please help me.
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Question by:hipreeti
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Don't think so, if VB says the the programmatic ID must be less then 39 characters, then it must be so...

change

ICRFAdmin_UserService to ICRFAdmin_UserS that way you have 38 characters (= less then 39) and the convention
is more or less saved.
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by:Éric Moreau
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BSCollateralReviewAdmin.ICRFAdmin_UserService = 45 characters long. Reduce it.
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