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    Unhappy Not a loaded control

    I am using Active Reports 2 with VB6.

    I had a computer issue and have moved my projects to a new machine. When I try to add an AR2 file in the Designer section, I get the following error message in the log file.

    Line 2: Class {9EB8768B-CDFA-44DF-8F3E-857A8405E1DB} of control rptCertificate5New was not a loaded control class.
    Line 0: The file C:\Certificates\rptCertificate5New.Dsr could not be loaded.

    Can anyone help me please.

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    DataMiser is offline Super Moderator Power Poster
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    Re: Not a loaded control

    Have you installed active reports on the new machine?
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    Re: Not a loaded control

    Quote Originally Posted by DataMiser View Post
    Have you installed active reports on the new machine?
    Thanks for your prompt response. Yes I have loaded Active Reports. I am able to add new report files to the Active Reports designers.

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    Re: Not a loaded control

    I have also installed the updates for Active Reports.

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    Re: Not a loaded control

    I'm a a loss. I have been using AR since back in the 90s but never ran into this issue with it.
    Sounds like it may be referring to a control on that specific report.
    Can you load any existing reports at all on that machine now?

    If so then could you maybe attach the dsr file here so I could take a peek at it?
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