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Hi expert,

I created a console application and added abcpdf version 9.0.0.5 DLL as a reference:

I copied executable and abcpdf.dll to a server to test. But I got an error:
Unable to load DLL 'ABCpdf9-64.dll': The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E)

My local computer and windows server are 64-bit.


Appreciated!!
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But first try this...

Which are the paths of your console app and the dll?
Copy dll into console app directory...
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Thank you!
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