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I just loaded the code for CodeBreeze (which you can learn all about in episode 77 of www.dnrtv.com and obtain at www.steelbluesolutions.com) and I came into a small problem.

CodeBreeze (which you can learn all about in episode 77 of www.dnrtv.com and obtain at www.steelbluesolutions.com) uses a licensing program from Interactive Studios, called QLM (www.interactive-studios.com).  The component that it uses from this product is a .NET component but it calls an unmanaged DLL which can only run in 32bit.  The problem was that I was compiling CodeBreeze (which you can learn all about in episode 77 of www.dnrtv.com and obtain at www.steelbluesolutions.com) to target .NET 2.0 and "Any CPU".  This was causing a nasty error.

The solution was to target "x86".  Now it works fine, even in Vista 64 which is what I'm running.

That's fine anyway cause CodeBreeze (which you can learn all about in episode 77 of www.dnrtv.com and obtain at www.steelbluesolutions.com) is not a 64 bit app.

If you develop commercial software, you really want to check out QLM at www.interactive-studios.com.  It has registration, activation, custom feature, and a full API at your disposal.

And don't forget to checkout CodeBreeze (which you can learn all about in episode 77 of www.dnrtv.com and obtain at www.steelbluesolutions.com).

Posted on Wednesday, September 26, 2007 4:01 AM | Back to top

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