Issues Installing PB RunTime files from PBCLTRT115.MSI

I am having issues installing the PB runtime files from the
MSI. I know that ATL71, MSVCP71 and MSVCR71 DLLs are to be
present prior to executing the MSI file. I am getting
different situations on multiple PCs (all are WinXP SP2).
Some already have all DLLS present, others have none of them
and a mix as to which are present.

I have downloaded the MS DLLs from the website suggested by
Sybase (DLL archive Web site -
http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles).
When any of these DLLs were missing I copied them to
Windows/system32 or WINNT/SYSTEM32 and tried to Register
them using REGSVR32. In all cases I got the error " the XXX
dll was loaded but the DllRegisterServer entry point was not
found."

Microsoft provided me with the following massage -
"Regsvr32.exe was unable to find the required entrypoint in
the module specified in the command line. This can occur if
the entrypoints are not properly exported from the module or
if the module is not a .DLL or .OCX file."

I appreciate that the registration of DLLs is potentially a
MS issue, however I got these DLLs from a site that Sybase
suggested.

When running the PB MSI I get various error message - Error
writing to file Sybase.PowerBuilder.dataWindow.Excel.dll.
Verify that you have access to that directory." Note: I was
logged in as Administrator.

Or -" An error occured during he installation of assembly
'Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12.dll,
version="11.5.0.0", culture="neutral",
publicKeyToken-"B76B10796DEF6A00",
processorAtchitecture="x86",. Please refer to Help and
Support for more information. HRESULT: ox8002802F"

Am I in the correct Newsgroup for this?
Can anyone please assist me with this conundrum?

BTW I am using 11.5.1 Enterprise version.
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Stan_Greene
4/20/2010 7:28:32 AM
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There's no need to register the 3 MS DLLs. 
Do you have enough access rights to add assemblies to the cache?

Arthur
-- 



Stan_Greene wrote:

> I am having issues installing the PB runtime files from the
> MSI. I know that ATL71, MSVCP71 and MSVCR71 DLLs are to be
> present prior to executing the MSI file. I am getting
> different situations on multiple PCs (all are WinXP SP2).
> Some already have all DLLS present, others have none of them
> and a mix as to which are present.
> 
> I have downloaded the MS DLLs from the website suggested by
> Sybase (DLL archive Web site -
> http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles).
> When any of these DLLs were missing I copied them to
> Windows/system32 or WINNT/SYSTEM32 and tried to Register
> them using REGSVR32. In all cases I got the error " the XXX
> dll was loaded but the DllRegisterServer entry point was not
> found."
> 
> Microsoft provided me with the following massage -
> "Regsvr32.exe was unable to find the required entrypoint in
> the module specified in the command line. This can occur if
> the entrypoints are not properly exported from the module or
> if the module is not a .DLL or .OCX file."
> 
> I appreciate that the registration of DLLs is potentially a
> MS issue, however I got these DLLs from a site that Sybase
> suggested.
> 
> When running the PB MSI I get various error message - Error
> writing to file Sybase.PowerBuilder.dataWindow.Excel.dll.
> Verify that you have access to that directory." Note: I was
> logged in as Administrator.
> 
> Or -" An error occured during he installation of assembly
> 'Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12.dll,
> version="11.5.0.0", culture="neutral",
> publicKeyToken-"B76B10796DEF6A00",
> processorAtchitecture="x86",. Please refer to Help and
> Support for more information. HRESULT: ox8002802F"
> 
> Am I in the correct Newsgroup for this?
> Can anyone please assist me with this conundrum?
> 
> BTW I am using 11.5.1 Enterprise version.
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Arthur
4/20/2010 10:24:36 AM
Arthur

I am logged in as Administrator.

Sybase says: QUOTE

When you deploy the core PowerBuilder runtime files, you
must ensure that the msvcr71.dll and msvcp71.dll Microsoft
Visual C++ runtime libraries and the Microsoft .NET Active
Template Library (ATL) module, atl71.dll, are present on the
user=92s computer or server. The PowerBuilder runtime files
have a runtime dependency on these files and they are
required for all applications and components that require
the PowerBuilder runtime. You can obtain these DLL files
from the DLL archive Web site. They are also available from
the DLL archive Web site.

Files must be installed before running MSI file Some files
installed by the MSI file generated by the PowerBuilder
Runtime Packager have dependencies on these files. For
example, atl71.dll must be installed on the user=92s
computer before the pbjvm115.dll file can be registered.
Make sure these files are on the target computer before you
run the MSI file generated by the Runtime Packager.
END QUOTE

You have lost me regarding "adding of assemblies to the
cache."

> There's no need to register the 3 MS DLLs.
> Do you have enough access rights to add assemblies to the
> cache?
>
> Arthur
> --
>
>

>
> Stan_Greene wrote:
>
> > I am having issues installing the PB runtime files from
> > the MSI. I know that ATL71, MSVCP71 and MSVCR71 DLLs are
> > to be present prior to executing the MSI file. I am
> > getting different situations on multiple PCs (all are
> > WinXP SP2). Some already have all DLLS present, others
> > have none of them and a mix as to which are present.
> >
> > I have downloaded the MS DLLs from the website suggested
> > by Sybase (DLL archive Web site -
> >
>
http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles).
> > When any of these DLLs were missing I copied them to
> > Windows/system32 or WINNT/SYSTEM32 and tried to Register
> > them using REGSVR32. In all cases I got the error " the
> > XXX dll was loaded but the DllRegisterServer entry point
> > was not found."
> >
> > Microsoft provided me with the following massage -
> > "Regsvr32.exe was unable to find the required entrypoint
> > in the module specified in the command line. This can
> > occur if the entrypoints are not properly exported from
> > the module or if the module is not a .DLL or .OCX file."
> >
> > I appreciate that the registration of DLLs is
> > potentially a MS issue, however I got these DLLs from a
> > site that Sybase suggested.
> >
> > When running the PB MSI I get various error message -
> > Error writing to file
> > Sybase.PowerBuilder.dataWindow.Excel.dll. Verify that
> > you have access to that directory." Note: I was logged
> > in as Administrator.
> > Or -" An error occured during he installation of
> > assembly 'Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12.dll,
> > version=3d"11.5.0.0", culture=3d"neutral",
> > publicKeyToken-"B76B10796DEF6A00",
> > processorAtchitecture=3d"x86",. Please refer to Help and
> > Support for more information. HRESULT: ox8002802F"
> >
> > Am I in the correct Newsgroup for this?
> > Can anyone please assist me with this conundrum?
> >
> > BTW I am using 11.5.1 Enterprise version.
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Stan
4/20/2010 10:31:57 PM
Hi Stan;

1)  These DLL's you refer to are part of the standard installation of 
MS-Windows XP SP3 and higher.
2)  I think Arthur was referring to the GAC (Global Assembly Cache) where 
the .NET support DLL's for PB are required to be located. The DLL's are in 
the format Sybase.PowerBuilder.xxxx.xxxx.dll and have been automatically 
registered on your development machine by the PB installer.

-- 

Regards ... Chris
President: STD Inc.
ISUG - Communications Director
http://chrispollach.pbdjmagazine.com




"Stan Greene" wrote in message news:4bce2b5d.6a90.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Arthur
>
> I am logged in as Administrator.
>
> Sybase says: QUOTE
>
> When you deploy the core PowerBuilder runtime files, you
> must ensure that the msvcr71.dll and msvcp71.dll Microsoft
> Visual C++ runtime libraries and the Microsoft .NET Active
> Template Library (ATL) module, atl71.dll, are present on the
> user's computer or server. The PowerBuilder runtime files
> have a runtime dependency on these files and they are
> required for all applications and components that require
> the PowerBuilder runtime. You can obtain these DLL files
> from the DLL archive Web site. They are also available from
> the DLL archive Web site.
>
> Files must be installed before running MSI file Some files
> installed by the MSI file generated by the PowerBuilder
> Runtime Packager have dependencies on these files. For
> example, atl71.dll must be installed on the user's
> computer before the pbjvm115.dll file can be registered.
> Make sure these files are on the target computer before you
> run the MSI file generated by the Runtime Packager.
> END QUOTE
>
> You have lost me regarding "adding of assemblies to the
> cache."
>
>> There's no need to register the 3 MS DLLs.
>> Do you have enough access rights to add assemblies to the
>> cache?
>>
>> Arthur
>> --
>>
>>
>
>>
>> Stan_Greene wrote:
>>
>> > I am having issues installing the PB runtime files from
>> > the MSI. I know that ATL71, MSVCP71 and MSVCR71 DLLs are
>> > to be present prior to executing the MSI file. I am
>> > getting different situations on multiple PCs (all are
>> > WinXP SP2). Some already have all DLLS present, others
>> > have none of them and a mix as to which are present.
>> >
>> > I have downloaded the MS DLLs from the website suggested
>> > by Sybase (DLL archive Web site -
>> >
>>
> http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles).
>> > When any of these DLLs were missing I copied them to
>> > Windows/system32 or WINNT/SYSTEM32 and tried to Register
>> > them using REGSVR32. In all cases I got the error " the
>> > XXX dll was loaded but the DllRegisterServer entry point
>> > was not found."
>> >
>> > Microsoft provided me with the following massage -
>> > "Regsvr32.exe was unable to find the required entrypoint
>> > in the module specified in the command line. This can
>> > occur if the entrypoints are not properly exported from
>> > the module or if the module is not a .DLL or .OCX file."
>> >
>> > I appreciate that the registration of DLLs is
>> > potentially a MS issue, however I got these DLLs from a
>> > site that Sybase suggested.
>> >
>> > When running the PB MSI I get various error message -
>> > Error writing to file
>> > Sybase.PowerBuilder.dataWindow.Excel.dll. Verify that
>> > you have access to that directory." Note: I was logged
>> > in as Administrator.
>> > Or -" An error occured during he installation of
>> > assembly 'Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12.dll,
>> > version="11.5.0.0", culture="neutral",
>> > publicKeyToken-"B76B10796DEF6A00",
>> > processorAtchitecture="x86",. Please refer to Help and
>> > Support for more information. HRESULT: ox8002802F"
>> >
>> > Am I in the correct Newsgroup for this?
>> > Can anyone please assist me with this conundrum?
>> >
>> > BTW I am using 11.5.1 Enterprise version. 

0
Chris
4/21/2010 1:01:09 AM
Hi Chris

I am having a major issue with the PB MSI failing due to
missing MS DLLs as per the Sybase documentation. I have
cases where some clients had no problem with PBCLTRT115.MSi,
others are getting a range of error messages.

I believe that I have several issues:
1. PC has WinXP SP3 installed but NONE of the required DLLs
are present so PB MSI fails.
2. PC has WinXp SP3 installes and ALL MS DLLS are present,
but PBMSI fails with the error related to Excel12 (full
message in original messsage). Excel12 (Office 2007 is NOT
installed). Actually in some cases NO version of Excel is
installed.

I have created two versions of the PB MSI one with Excel12
checked and another with Excel12 unchecked on the PB Runtime
Packager

3. The MS DLLs can be dowloded from the source provided by
Sybase, however they cannot be registered using
REGSVR32.exe. The error message is consistent and it was
detailed in the oringinal messge.

We have migrated the application from PB9 and it runs on SQL
Anywhere as well as SQL Server 2000/2008. I have created
separate PB MSI files according to the DB being used.

It is now 3 monthes since I have been trying to get this
sorted out so that the remaining clients can be upgraded to
the PB115.5.1 version of the app.

Am I in the correct Newsgroup? Should I try on the General
Newsgroup?

Any suggestion to get past this will be greatly appreciated.
Kind Regards
Stan

> Hi Stan;
>
> 1)  These DLL's you refer to are part of the standard
> installation of  MS-Windows XP SP3 and higher.
> 2)  I think Arthur was referring to the GAC (Global
> Assembly Cache) where  the .NET support DLL's for PB are
> required to be located. The DLL's are in  the format
> Sybase.PowerBuilder.xxxx.xxxx.dll and have been
> automatically  registered on your development machine by
> the PB installer.
>
> --
>
> Regards ... Chris
> President: STD Inc.
> ISUG - Communications Director
> http://chrispollach.pbdjmagazine.com
>
>
>
>
> "Stan Greene" wrote in message
> > news:4bce2b5d.6a90.1681692777@sybase.com... Arthur
> >
> > I am logged in as Administrator.
> >
> > Sybase says: QUOTE
> >
> > When you deploy the core PowerBuilder runtime files, you
> > must ensure that the msvcr71.dll and msvcp71.dll
> > Microsoft Visual C++ runtime libraries and the Microsoft
> > .NET Active Template Library (ATL) module, atl71.dll,
> > are present on the user's computer or server. The
> > PowerBuilder runtime files have a runtime dependency on
> > these files and they are required for all applications
> > and components that require the PowerBuilder runtime.
> > You can obtain these DLL files from the DLL archive Web
> > site. They are also available from the DLL archive Web
> site. >
> > Files must be installed before running MSI file Some
> > files installed by the MSI file generated by the
> > PowerBuilder Runtime Packager have dependencies on these
> > files. For example, atl71.dll must be installed on the
> > user's computer before the pbjvm115.dll file can be
> > registered. Make sure these files are on the target
> > computer before you run the MSI file generated by the
> > Runtime Packager. END QUOTE
> >
> > You have lost me regarding "adding of assemblies to the
> > cache."
> >
> >> There's no need to register the 3 MS DLLs.
> >> Do you have enough access rights to add assemblies to
> the >> cache?
> >>
> >> Arthur
> >> --
> >>
> >>
> >
> >>
> >> Stan_Greene wrote:
> >>
> >> > I am having issues installing the PB runtime files
> from >> > the MSI. I know that ATL71, MSVCP71 and MSVCR71
> DLLs are >> > to be present prior to executing the MSI
> file. I am >> > getting different situations on multiple
> PCs (all are >> > WinXP SP2). Some already have all DLLS
> present, others >> > have none of them and a mix as to
> which are present. >> >
> >> > I have downloaded the MS DLLs from the website
> suggested >> > by Sybase (DLL archive Web site -
> >> >
> >>
> >
>
http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles).
> >> > When any of these DLLs were missing I copied them to
> >> > Windows/system32 or WINNT/SYSTEM32 and tried to
> Register >> > them using REGSVR32. In all cases I got the
> error " the >> > XXX dll was loaded but the
> DllRegisterServer entry point >> > was not found."
> >> >
> >> > Microsoft provided me with the following massage -
> >> > "Regsvr32.exe was unable to find the required
> entrypoint >> > in the module specified in the command
> line. This can >> > occur if the entrypoints are not
> properly exported from >> > the module or if the module is
> not a .DLL or .OCX file." >> >
> >> > I appreciate that the registration of DLLs is
> >> > potentially a MS issue, however I got these DLLs from
> a >> > site that Sybase suggested.
> >> >
> >> > When running the PB MSI I get various error message -
> >> > Error writing to file
> >> > Sybase.PowerBuilder.dataWindow.Excel.dll. Verify that
> >> > you have access to that directory." Note: I was
> logged >> > in as Administrator.
> >> > Or -" An error occured during he installation of
> >> > assembly 'Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12.dll,
> >> > version="11.5.0.0", culture="neutral",
> >> > publicKeyToken-"B76B10796DEF6A00",
> >> > processorAtchitecture="x86",. Please refer to Help
> and >> > Support for more information. HRESULT:
> ox8002802F" >> >
> >> > Am I in the correct Newsgroup for this?
> >> > Can anyone please assist me with this conundrum?
> >> >
> >> > BTW I am using 11.5.1 Enterprise version.
>
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Stan
7/5/2010 12:36:29 PM
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