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I'm trying to write a VB6 project that uses mqax200.dll.  I have sample code from IBM that looks very solid, but the VB6 project won't run.  The variable declarations work fine, but I get an "automation error" when I try to run the project.  I have the mqax200.dll on the reference list.  I assume something else needs to be on my reference list, but what???  Thanks in advance for your help.
Private Sub Main()
 

 
 

    Dim qMgr As MQQueueManager
 

    Dim mqSess As New MQSession
 

    
 

    Dim inputMsg As New MQMessage
 

    Dim inputOptions As New MQGetMessageOptions
 

    Dim inputQueue As MQQueue
 

    
 

    Dim outputMsg As New MQMessage
 

    Dim outputQueue As MQQueue
 
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    'Create a session, connect to Queue Manager
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    Set qMgr = mqSess.AccessQueueManager("QMNT")
 

    
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    'Open input and output queues
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    Set inputQueue = qMgr.AccessQueue("AS400.To.NT", _

                                      MQOO_INPUT_AS_Q_DEF + _

                                      MQOO_FAIL_IF_QUIESCING + _

                                      MQOO_INQUIRE)
 

    
 

    Set outputQueue = qMgr.AccessQueue("NT.To.AS400", _

                                       MQOO_OUTPUT + _

                                       MQOO_FAIL_IF_QUIESCING)
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    'Put the customer number into the output message
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    outputMsg.CharacterSet = 37
 

    outputMsg.DataOffset = 0
 

    outputMsg.WriteString txtCustomerNumber
 

    
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    'Send the customer number message
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    outputQueue.Put outputMsg
 

    
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    'Set the Get Message Options
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    inputOptions.Options = MQGMO_WAIT + _

                           MQGMO_CONVERT
 

    
 

    inputOptions.WaitInterval = MQWI_UNLIMITED
 

    
 

    inputQueue.Get inputMsg, inputOptions
 

    
 

 
 
 
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    'Get message data field values
 

    '------------------------------------------------------------
 

    With inputMsg
 

    
 

        txtCustomerNumber = .ReadString(6)
 

        lblDataName = .ReadString(3) + _

                      " " + _

                      .ReadString(8)
 

        
 

        If Not (Trim(lblDataName) = "NOTFOUND") Then
 

            lblDataCreditLimit = Format(.ReadString(4), "###0")
 

            lblDataBalanceDue = Format(CDec(.ReadString(6)) / 100, "###0.00")
 

            lblDataCreditDue = Format(CDec(.ReadString(6)) / 100, "###0.00")
 

        End If
 

        
 

    End With
 

 
 

End Sub

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when do you get this error?
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At run-time.
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Answered myself.
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