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ImageGlue6 - simple test fails - but why ?

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Hi.
I'm using WebSupergoo's ImageGlue6 COM edition. My test environment are Windows Vista Business x32.

I downloaded the COM version from Websupergoo today and made this very simple script :

Set img = CreateObject("ImageGlue6.Canvas")
img.DrawFile "c:\test.tif" ,""
img.SaveAs "c:\test.jpg", "" 

The TIF file exists but when I run the script - I get the following error : (prompt)

Error : Code at 0x038938a8 attempted to read from 0x000000000c

This gives me no clue - what does it mean. Obviously it saves nothing and the error is thrown immediately.

The TIF file opens perfectly in any TIF capable program so thats not it either.

Anyone ??
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by:hielo
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Does this example work?
http://www.websupergoo.com/ig-simple.htm

Do you see the error if you comment out the SaveAs() line? If not, then does IUSR_ have permissions to write to the c drive?
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by:trg_dk
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Sorry - didnt see this response.

No exapmples work - I do not have IIS installed so I run this from a VBscript.

Cheers,
Mark
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by:hielo
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"ImageGlue is a set of Active Server Page Extensions..."
http://www.websupergoo.com/imageglue-1.htm

that tool runs within the asp environment. You will need to install IIS and run it from an asp script.
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Hi hielo.
No I dont - the tool works fine using VBscript (which they also document) from commandline on a XP computer. Using a script from IIS will utilize the same script engine "cscript.exe"

But thanks for your reply :-)

Mark
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