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Hi,

   I am trying to debug a vb application which which references to a.dll and a.dll referes to b.dll and b.dll referes to c.dll
Since yesterday all of a sudden I am runnning into following issues when I try to run I did not get any complilation errors and I could debug the thing on friday:


The component is registered in one or more application partitions outside of base application partition..


Can some one please help me..I tried googling with out luck..

Thanks.
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by:coopzz
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so whats your problem,  the fact you can't debug or what..

in com+ you can't exactly debug the code.

Some code and settings on the class objects that are in com+ would help also
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The problem is that [at least] one of the dlls is located in 2 locations on the system, has been registered, and neither of those locations is in the folder with the application or the windows system folder.  
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well unregister one.  it doesn't have to be in the application folder.

to unregister goto a cmd prompt and run the regsvr32.eve against the one you dont want regestered.
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regclean time ?

http://www.createwindow.com/wininfo/regclean.htm

then register it with this script in your regitry, you will only have to right-click...

http://www.codeguru.com/code/legacy/activex/ActiveXShellRegistration_src.zip


Yan.
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