regsvr32 Problem (Invalid access to memory location)
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 15:10:14 +0100
I'm writing a CSP using JNI.
When not using the Classes and methods of JNI, the CSP dll may be registered
on my testplatform (wink2server SP1) without any errors-
But when instancing Classes from JNI in my CSP, the dll may not be
registered ; regsvr32 returns with "LoadLibrary ("mycsp.dll" failed -
Invalid access to memory location"
And I absolutely can't figure out, why this. I'm using JACE for the JNI
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