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Delphi 7 Enterprise: Where dot gtQrExport and TgtQRLabel come from?

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I'm trying to get some old code to compile for a client. The developer machine I was using years ago has be repurposed so I'm installing Delphi 7 from scratch.

I was trying to compile the old code, but I'm getting File not found: gtQrExport.dcu, and Error reading form: class TgtQRLabel not found.

I've done Install Packages on DclQrt70.bpl, which fixed this error on TQrPreview.

Does anyone know where this comes from?

TIA
Mark
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Question by:markaurelius
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by:rfwoolf
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I'm not familiar with those components, but...
Have you done a search in your Delphi directory (and wherever else you might have had component file) for gtQrExport.* and TgtQRLabel.* ?
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by:rfwoolf
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Sorry, there shouldn't be any files for TgtQRLabel because that's a class, but for gtQrExport it looks for the dcu file - so look for that file.
As for the class TgtQRLabel, that seems to be from Quick Reports - do a search for that in your files
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by:markaurelius
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Before this happened I was having the same problem with class TQRPreview. The advice I found on the web was to install the package [Delphi]\bin\DclQrt70.bpl. I did that and that problem went away to reveal the TgtQrLabel one.

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by:Marco Gasi
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All these files are part of QuickReport package. You have to unistall QuickReport actually installed and to install a new version from scratch.

Here you find QuickReport for Delphi7 (and others): http://www.qusoft.com/WebInfoPage.aspx?WebInfoID=616

And here there are installation instructions: http://www.qusoft.com/WebInfoPage.aspx?WebInfoID=650

Let me know if this helps.

Best regards
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by:Geert Gruwez
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TgtQrExport ? never seen that component

Maybe it's a decendant of Quick report you (or somebody else) created for that app ?

You could try and recreate it, make a new unit
and define

type
  TqtQrExport = class(TQrExport)
  end;

then use that unit in your project
it may compile immediately

if properties / methods were added to the descendant,
you'll have to add them too

and try and implement (by guessing) what those new properties/methods did
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markaurelius earned 0 total points
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OK, sorry to have confused you. I assumed those components were part of QuickRep because the installer was in a folder called QuickReport. It is actually from Gnostice in India part of a package called QuickReport Exporter, or some such.
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by:Geert Gruwez
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ah ... wel it looks like you now have answered your own question :)
you could close the Q by accepting your own comment

or is there more problems after installing ?
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