Run-Time Error 429: ActiveX Component Can't Create Object

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SYMPTOMS

"Run-time error 429: ActiveX Component can't create object" This error occurs when launching an FRx application, when generating a report, or when working within an FRx application.

CAUSE

One or more of the DLL files used by FRx are not registered.

RESOLUTION

The attached RegFilesSilent-v2.2.bat file may be used to register all FRx DLLs and several common system files that might cause the 429 error. Close all FRx applications. Save the attached file to your FRx directory. Login to your workstation as an administrative user. If you do not have administrative rights on your workstation, contact your IT department for assistance. Double-click the RegFilesSilent-v2.2.bat.txtfile. A command window will appear for a few moments, and then disappear. Repeat the steps that caused the error previously. If the error no longer occurs, do not perform any of the remaining steps in this article.
If the error still occurs, and it's occurring during report generation, proceed with the following steps: While in the Catalog screen, click on the Output tab. Clear the Prompt for Output Type at Run Time check box. Generate the report again. If the error no longer occurs, proceed to step 4.
If the error still occurs, the remaining steps in this article will not resolve your issue, and you should contact your FRx Support provider. Search your workstation for SQLDMO.DLL. If one file is found, register it. If two copies of this file are found, check the version of the files (right-click on the file, click Properties, and then click the Version tab). Register the file with a version of 2000.80.xxx.x. For more information on registering DLL files, refer to Registering DLL Files. If the SQLDMO.DLL file was found, do not perform any of the remaining steps in this article. If the SQLDMO.DLL file was not found in the steps above, proceed with the following steps: Save the attached SQLDMO.EXE file to your hard drive. Login to your workstation as an administrative user. If you do not have administrative rights on your workstation, contact your IT department for assistance. Double-click the SQLDMO.exe file. A WinZip Self-Extractor window will appear. The Unzip to folder box will default to 'javascript:void(null);'. If your Program Files directory is located on a different drive, change the drive letter. Otherwise, click the Unzip button.Register the /NR/rdonlyres/exqjnbmon5f36a2yi6fz6krxwypahr5lody2ki5saepqu7prswan3asdsjtc242gz73njqubowalud/SQLDMO.DLL' file. From the Catalog screen in the FRx Designer, re-select the Prompt for Output Type at Run Time check box.Generate the report. The error should no longer occur. If you are still receiving a 429 error after following the steps in this article, please contact your FRx Support provider.

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Article ID: 966111 - Last Review: January 27, 2009 - Revision: 1.0
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Business Solutions for Analytics–FRx 6.7 Desktop
  • FRx Financial Reporter 6.5
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