Re: Problem calling a dll function from a ATL method
Valmir <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Is there any problem when calling a function in a dll from a ATL
No. You do it all the time - remember that every Win32 API function is a
function from a DLL.
When I comment out the line c = AbrirConfiguracao(....), the ATL
compiles fine. But when I uncomment this line I get the error:
CRS2ATL error PRJ0019: A tool returned an error code from "Register
Your DLL now depends on some other DLL that implements
AbrirConfiguracao. That other DLL must be in the path for your DLL to be
able to load successfully. It appears that this is not the case. As a
result, self-registration step at the end of the build fails to load
your DLL, because it fails to find the other DLL you depend on.
With best wishes,
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