I am unable to open VBDOX. When I try to run the exe, I get the message "You do not have an appropriate license to use this functionality". Can someone let me know what might cause this?
I too am having this error. What is causing it/how do I fix this?
What version of VBDOX do you try to run and on what Windows version?
I was able to successfully run version 2.1.0 on Windows XP Pro using a machine I have admin rights on. However, running the same version 2.1.0 on a Windows XP Pro machine where I did not have admin rights failed with the message stating I didn't have an appropriate license. I am assuming your install program requires admin rights, correct? If so, is there a way to use VBDOX on machines with limited permissions?
VBDOX should work without admin rights... maybe one file is missing...
Try to use dependencywalker (http://www.dependencywalker.com/) to identify the problem.
Using Dependency Walker, I received the following when I ran vbdox.exe through the tool:
"MSJAVA.DLL Error opening file. The system cannot find the file specified (2)."
Is there anything else that I should be looking for?
Dependency Walker (without run vbox, only open the exe) find any missing file?
You can also try to install VBruntimes... http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290887
You can find the log from Dependency Walker here (http://cory.deppen.us/docs/dw_output.txt). Please let me know if you see anything abnormal.
As for the VBruntimes, I have more current versions of the files on my PC.
I do have the same problem, I do not have admin rights (and probably will never have) - dependency walker reports:
Warning: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in a delay-load dependent module.
The MPR.DLL is on top of the list and reddish with the hourglass next to it. when I double-click MPR.DLL it says:
MSJAVA.DLL Error Opening File. The System couln't find the file specified (2)
I am working with Windows XP SP2. VBDOX Version is 220.127.116.11.
Hi, I have no idea what can cause these problems.
The MPR.DLL linking problem is normal. It has hour glass because it's loaded later if available by some of the DLLs used by vbdox.
But you can look at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/177799 or try VB6Cli.exe as described in
thank you for your reply. unfortunately it seems, these problems come up because i dont have any visual basic installed, just office visual basic.
i'll try installing vb 2008 express.
You don't need VB 2008 to run VBdox (that is compiled under vb6)
Run-Time Redistribution Pack
And Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Common Controls
I just realized that I would need administrative rights, which I do not.
I guess I will have to document everything by hand.
Well at least I'm getting paid for that.