PowerBuilder application error loading library. please check whether PowerBuilder accessibility library can be located in the path ?

Hi All,

I got this error message suddenly this morning:
error loading library.
please check whether PowerBuilder accessibility library can be located in the path


I'm not sure what to do since i always left my workstation on all the time nad then when I came in this morning my PowerBuilder stops working on WIndows 7 Professional 32 bit.

any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

JJ
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jjozAsked:
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jjozAuthor Commented:
and here's the error message in the Windows Error log.

it was build/rebuild using Sybase Power Builder 10.5
Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:                        APPCRASH
  Application Name:                             timesheets.exe
  Application Version:                           8.0.3.9704
  Application Timestamp:                     45a4588c
  Fault Module Name:                          pbdwe105.dll
  Fault Module Version:                        10.5.1.6565
  Fault Module Timestamp:                  45a45af3
  Exception Code:                                  c0000005
  Exception Offset:                                001c6caf
  OS Version:                                          6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.48
  Locale ID:                                             3081
  Additional Information 1:                  cab9
  Additional Information 2:                  cab9e898fbcf4f2e541689768515afd4
  Additional Information 3:                  3003
  Additional Information 4:                  3003a7537d15d170aad0e8e651b310c7

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jjozAuthor Commented:
reinstalling the Application doesn't help much :-| though, and I did copied the new PBACC115.DLL into the application directory but still no luck.
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LordainCommented:
Sounds like your issue is with: pbdwe105.dll

I would first check to see if your application is able to locate this file.

Possible areas to consider:

10.5 install is good.  You may want to try a reinstall if you suspect a bad install or corrupted files.

File is located where the application can find it.  If it is local with the application then should be fine.  If it is distributed over a network then make sure your enviroment is set up to look in that location.

A less likely issue but still something to consider is to make sure there are no permission issues going on which could prevent the application from accessing the files.

if you were upgrading from a previous version to version 10.5 then I suggest you run the migration assistant first as you may have some deprecated code.  This will allow you to make the changes and try again.  As always back up your application prior to any actual migration in case of failure.
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kp_pbCommented:
Sounds like pbacc110.dll
See chapter 41 of the Applications Techniques book
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jjozAuthor Commented:
actually, the problem went away after the application is rebuilt/recompiled using Windows 7 and inserting the DLLs into the setup InstallShield.

the Windows Update must have caused the broken link somehow :-|
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LordainCommented:
Glad to hear it is working now.  I will have to keep this in mind if we ever migrate to windows 7.
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