I wrote a dll (using a definition file). When I call one of the function within the dll from another application (to test the function), I receive a strange error (Messagebox format): Application.exe - Ordinal Not Found - The ordinal 34 could not be located in the dynamic link library. Note I have linked with the .lib file, have included the header file and copied the .dll file to the application directory. (Note that I'm exporting 34 functions)
O.K futher testing has shown that the error only occurs with the last three functions. Does this help??
Can anyone help??
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The only programmers that are better than C programmers are those who code in 1's and 0's.....
Use dependency walker, to see if all exported functions you can see in exported functions list. I know this is not going to help, but this is just to check whether everything is alright while exporting.
Since i am new to vc++ i want to know the entire procedures for using a tab control and progress bar in a dialog box.Starting from the initiallizing state till the working of progress bar and tab control using activex control in MFC.
I saw MSDN for reference but i dont know how to proceed with it.
Following error is troubling me from last couple of days, I am looking for some help from the group
I am doing following steps:
1. Adding a dialog box with ID=IDD_DLG_ORG_IMAGE in the SDI application
2. Adding class using class wizard with class name ‘COrgImgDlg’ derived from ‘CDialog’ for the above created dialog
3. After Compiling a code I am getting following error