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"'429': ActiveX component cannot create object"

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I have created an application using CR 8.5/VB6 and Sql Server. I am able to install this application using P&D Wizard/Innosetup and executed on W2k and XP-SP1 Machines successfully. No error at all, every thing is working perfectly.

Now whenever I install it on XP-SP2, it hang at the time of component registration at the end. However it create the application folder and copy all the related and it seems registered all of the componets. Then I execute this application and try forms and report. FOrms are working without any problem, but in case of report it Gives me following error

"'429': ActiveX component cannot create object"

Then I try to figure out and assume above problem is occuring becuase of

    Dim Obj As New Application
    Dim Rpt As Report

which I have used to open as following syntax

Set Rpt = Obj.OpenReport(App.Path & "\Account.RPT")

I am wondering why this problem and hanging problem occuring on Win-XP-SP2 machine. Is it because of Secuity Issues or any other issue?

FYI, I have logged an as admin provilige user, so there should be bot any permission problem.

Please let me know whats wrong I am doing, I am stuck here.

Here is my setup.lst

*------------------
Bootstrap Files]
File1=@VB6STKIT.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,7/15/00 12:00:00 AM,101888,6.0.84.50
File2=@COMCAT.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,5/31/98 12:00:00 AM,22288,4.71.1460.1
File3=@asycfilt.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,8/23/01 5:30:00 PM,77824,3.50.5014.0
File4=@msvbvm60.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,8/23/01 5:30:00 PM,1388544,6.0.92.37

[IconGroups]
Group0= Accounting System
PrivateGroup0=True
Parent0=$(Programs)

[Accounting System]
Icon1="MAS.exe"
Title1=Accounting System
StartIn1=$(AppPath)

[Setup]
Title=Accounting System
DefaultDir=$(ProgramFiles)\Accounting System
AppExe=MAS.exe
AppToUninstall=MAS.exe

[Setup1 Files]
File1=@TransViewDr.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 7:49:26 PM,16384,0.0.0.0
File2=@TransViewCr.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 7:53:52 PM,16896,0.0.0.0
File3=@TransViewCr1.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:04:52 PM,15872,0.0.0.0
File4=@SPg_Rule6_Detail.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/26/04 3:47:24 PM,20480,0.0.0.0
File5=@SPg_Rule6.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 8:02:36 PM,19968,0.0.0.0
File6=@Report1.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/7/04 5:02:58 PM,15872,0.0.0.0
File7=@PSg_Rule6_org.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/24/04 6:15:42 PM,112640,0.0.0.0
File8=@PSg_Rule6_Loss.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/24/04 5:25:34 PM,85728,0.0.0.0
File9=@PSg_Rule6_Detail.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 8:06:10 PM,19456,0.0.0.0
File10=@PSg_Rule6.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 8:05:48 PM,19456,0.0.0.0
File11=@PolicyPremDrPer.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/29/04 12:58:14 PM,15872,0.0.0.0
File12=@PolicyPremDrPer2.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/28/04 3:25:32 PM,17408,0.0.0.0
File13=@PolicyPremDrPer1.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/28/04 6:56:32 PM,17920,0.0.0.0
File14=@PolicyPremDr.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/28/04 1:36:02 PM,15872,0.0.0.0
File15=@PolicyPremDr1.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:03:16 PM,12288,0.0.0.0
File16=@PolicyDrWc.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:03:06 PM,9216,0.0.0.0
File17=@PolicyDrR2.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:02:40 PM,13824,0.0.0.0
File18=@PolicyDr.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:02:26 PM,14336,0.0.0.0
File19=@PolicyCrWc.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:02:14 PM,9216,0.0.0.0
File20=@memsurLedger.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 8:13:22 PM,8192,0.0.0.0
File21=@memsuraccount.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/19/04 5:14:30 PM,9216,0.0.0.0
File22=@memrecap.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/19/04 4:53:22 PM,9728,0.0.0.0
File23=@MemPolicyAccount.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 6:29:22 PM,10240,0.0.0.0
File24=@memPLedger.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/26/04 6:35:36 PM,10240,0.0.0.0
File25=@MemberDrWc.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:01:32 PM,8192,0.0.0.0
File26=@MemberCrWc.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:01:22 PM,8192,0.0.0.0
File27=@MemberCrR2.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:01:14 PM,8192,0.0.0.0
File28=@MemberCr.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/28/04 7:32:34 PM,15360,0.0.0.0
File29=@MemberCr1.rpt,$(AppPath),,,10/28/03 4:55:34 PM,33280,0.0.0.0
File30=@GAccDrWcR2.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:00:46 PM,8192,0.0.0.0
File31=@GAccDrWc.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:00:34 PM,15872,0.0.0.0
File32=@AdminPer.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/28/04 9:42:46 PM,17920,0.0.0.0
File33=@GAccDr.rpt,$(AppPath),,,4/26/04 8:00:14 PM,7168,0.0.0.0
File34=@DICLst_new.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/15/04 4:51:20 PM,6144,0.0.0.0
File35=@DICLst.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/15/04 4:45:18 PM,7168,0.0.0.0
File36=@c_memsuraccount.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 6:29:06 PM,9216,0.0.0.0
File37=@c_memrecap.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 6:28:54 PM,9216,0.0.0.0
File38=@c_MemPolicyAccount.rpt,$(AppPath),,,5/25/04 6:28:40 PM,10752,0.0.0.0
File39=@querybuilder.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/4/02 11:50:06 PM,163911,9.2.0.498
File40=@crdb_ado.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/16/02 11:44:38 PM,368704,9.2.0.512
File41=@crdb_fielddef.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/4/02 11:57:38 PM,127050,9.2.0.467
File42=@crqe.dll,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),7/5/02 11:44:48 PM,1417289,9.2.0.580
File43=@sscsdk80.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),6/26/02 2:00:12 PM,1273856,2.3.6.8
File44=@u2fcr.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/12/02 9:31:26 AM,77824,9.2.0.538
File45=@u2ftext.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/12/02 9:30:00 AM,155648,9.2.0.548
File46=@u2ddisk.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/12/02 9:32:22 AM,49152,9.2.0.541
File47=@u2dapp.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/12/02 9:32:34 AM,53248,9.2.0.542
File48=@ufmanager.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/16/02 2:37:38 PM,225280,9.0.0.1
File49=@u2l2000.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/5/02 3:12:42 AM,24576,9.2.0.8
File50=@u2lcom.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/5/02 3:12:26 AM,106496,9.2.0.5
File51=@u2ldts.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/5/02 3:13:40 AM,24576,9.2.0.5
File52=@u2lexch.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/5/02 3:14:00 AM,28672,9.2.0.16
File53=@u2lfinra.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/5/02 3:14:18 AM,69632,9.2.0.4
File54=@u252000.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/5/02 3:13:12 AM,24576,9.2.0.7
File55=@u25dts.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/5/02 3:13:28 AM,24576,9.2.0.8
File56=@u25samp1.dll,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),7/5/02 3:14:36 AM,24576,9.2.0.15
File57=@MDAC_TYP.EXE,$(AppPath),,,6/2/04 1:25:00 PM,5556616,28.0.1022.3
File58=@mciconmenu.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),6/24/03 6:09:48 PM,167936,1.0.0.0
File59=@msstdfmt.dll,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),4/3/00 8:05:58 PM,118784,6.0.88.4
File60=@mshflxgd.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),5/22/00 4:58:12 PM,438976,6.0.88.4
File61=@tabctl32.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),5/30/03 9:58:04 AM,209608,6.0.90.43
File62=@msdatlst.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),12/21/99 2:00:48 AM,232456,6.0.84.18
File63=@mscomct2.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),5/22/00 4:58:00 PM,647872,6.0.88.4
File64=@sysinfo.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),6/24/98 12:00:00 AM,67376,6.0.81.69
File65=@MSMASK32.OCX,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),2/26/02 5:15:12 PM,166600,6.0.84.18
File66=@msadodc.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),5/22/00 4:58:00 PM,118976,6.0.88.4
File67=@msdatgrd.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),6/12/00 1:02:06 PM,262328,6.0.89.88
File68=@Comdlg32.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),2/26/02 8:35:36 PM,198656,6.0.88.77
File69=@mscomctl.ocx,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),3/13/01 1:51:08 PM,1066176,6.0.88.62
File70=@craxdrt9.dll,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),7/15/02 2:42:22 AM,6135873,9.2.0.448
File71=@crviewer9.dll,$(CommonFiles)\Crystal Decisions\2.0\bin,$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),7/5/02 4:14:30 AM,770816,9.2.0.528
File72=@VB5DB.DLL,$(WinSysPath),,$(Shared),6/18/98 12:00:00 AM,89360,6.0.81.69
File73=@MsRepl35.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,5/5/99 10:22:00 PM,430080,3.51.2404.0
File74=@MSRD2X35.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,4/24/98 12:00:00 AM,252176,3.51.623.0
File75=@MSJINT35.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,4/24/98 12:00:00 AM,123664,3.51.623.0
File76=@MSJTER35.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,4/24/98 12:00:00 AM,24848,3.51.623.0
File77=@MSJet35.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,5/5/99 10:22:00 PM,1056768,3.51.2723.0
File78=@DAO350.DLL,$(MSDAOPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),4/27/98 12:00:00 AM,570128,3.51.1608.0
File79=@MSBIND.DLL,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),6/18/98 12:00:00 AM,77824,6.0.81.69
File80=@MSDERUN.DLL,$(CommonFiles)\designer,$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),9/6/98 12:00:00 AM,137216,6.0.0.3005
File81=@MAS.exe,$(AppPath),,,6/2/04 3:12:50 PM,1384448,1.0.0.0
*--------------------------

Eagerly waiting for an positive reply.

Ashu
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Question by:sonashish
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by:Shahid Thaika
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Are you sure the control is registered properly. You can use 'regsvr32.exe' to register them properly.
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by:d_vonfeldt
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Try using

Dim Appl as New CRAXDRT.Application
Dim Report as New CRAXDRT.Report

Set Report = Appl.OpenReport("c:\asldkfja.rpt")
CRViewer91.ReportSource = Report
CRViewer91.ViewReport
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by:sonashish
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I tested your solution, it is also not working. However Now I am able to install this application, I changed {WinSysPath),} path to {apppath} of crviewen9.dll using innosetup.

Now problem, whenever I try to open report I got same error 429: Activex component ....

I tried following suggestion also, it also not worked for me.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/Crystal_Reports/Q_21115576.html

Please help me, I am stuck here and alomst spent 1 day for doing R & D on this issue, but did not get anyresult.
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by:sonashish
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Hello Guys

I have solved problem. Here is what I did

First I have uninstalled XP-SP2, thne INstalled XP-SP1 and thne XP-SP2 respectively.

Then I create setup thru Innosetup and installed and it is working perfectly without any problem, nor run time error, not machine crashing etc.

Still I am putting XP under testing for some days to see if problem reoccur again.

Please close my ticket, I dont think anyone eligible for point.

Ashish
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