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 From: Stefan Wuebbe
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 Stefan Wuebbe
 To: Bob Lawson
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 Bob Lawson
Subject: RE: "..." is not an object file
Thread ID: 345472 Message ID: 345537 # Views: 35 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 9 SP2 Category: Distribution and InstallShield
Date: Thursday, May 24, 2012 7:24:20 AM         

> I have a problem I have been tinkering away on for a couple of days and making no headway.
> I have a file in the directory called hndlib.dll. It is part of several builds and I have never had a problem with it. However in this build, when installed on the target machine I get the message:
> C:\program files\vfp\vartime\hndlib.dll is no an object file
> The program is installed and executed from c:\program files\castit\casttime. The files is located in there as it is with the other builds.
> Development area is c:\vfp\vartime.
> Any ideas where it is getting the strange path from? Or ideas where to look? I have gone thorough the main program to see if there is any difference in setup but can not see anything. There are differences but nothing I can attribute to this.
> Is there a way to find out where hndlib.dll is being referenced?
> Thanks
> Bob

Hi Bob,

In my experience ["file" is not an object file (Error 1309)] may occur when certain compiled-code files are damaged, invalid (header) bytes, say because of HDD or copy failures or AV tools blocking them etc.,
or also sometimes when something like an EXE or DLL was compiled in an VFP version that does not match the current run-time DLL versions.



"..." is not an object file Posted by Bob Lawson @ 5/23/2012 5:41:52 PM
RE: "..." is not an object file Posted by Samir Ibrahim @ 5/23/2012 6:33:50 PM
RE: "..." is not an object file Posted by Bob Lawson @ 5/23/2012 6:40:01 PM
RE: "..." is not an object file Posted by Jun Tangunan @ 5/24/2012 4:10:44 AM
RE: "..." is not an object file Posted by Stefan Wuebbe @ 5/24/2012 7:24:20 AM