share|improve this answer edited Apr 7 '11 at 14:37 answered Apr 7 '11 at 13:13 Ondrej Kelle 32.5k24498 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or You are here Borland Newsgroups Archived.At borland.public.delphi.ide.general 2007 April Re: Unable to locate components -- Delphi 5 Useful Links Brian's delphi notes Glossary Terms BIT Terms Explained Check Package Re: Unable Re-open D2006: newly installed packages unable to open !!! This may be missing from the browsing path. http://netfiscal.com/delphi-unable/delphi-unable-to-locate-component-dll.html
To check, go to Tools, Environment options. This is not a Delphi limitation, it's normal Windows behaviour (refer to the documenation of the LoadLibrary WinAPI). Unzip DemandLoadTest into an arbitrary directory (eg c:\DemandLoadTest) 2. Site Map Installation & Registration Annual Agreements Single Incident Supported Versions Installation & Registration Product Support Single Incident Discussion Forums Documentation Developer Network Bugs & Suggestions Examples Audio Audio & Video http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5581577/unable-to-locate-component
Which "components" does it not find and at what point does it not find them? I found nothing on the dss70.bpl, unless that is just an abbreviation for the other package. Update and Insert only half words2. Re: My Suggestion : A New C# compiler for native code4.
Confirm that the following files are present in "DemandLoadTest\DLTBuild": DLTComponentA.bpl, DLTComponentA.dcp, DLTComponentB.bpl, DLTComponentB.dcp & associated dcu files. 5. QUERY INFORMATION C:\Projects\DemandLoadTest\DLTBuild\DLTComponentB.bpl SUCCESS Attributes: A OPEN C:\Projects\DemandLoadTest\DLTBuild\DLTComponentB.bpl SUCCESS Options: OpenAccess: Execute QUERY INFORMATION C:\Projects\DemandLoadTest\DLTBuild\DLTComponentB.bpl SUCCESS Length: 13824 CLOSE C:\Projects\DemandLoadTest\DLTBuild\DLTComponentB.bpl SUCCESS QUERY INFORMATION C:\Projects\DemandLoadTest\DLTBuild\DLTComponentB.bpl SUCCESS Attributes: A QUERY INFORMATION C:\Projects\DemandLoadTest\DLTBuild\DLTComponentB.bpl SUCCESS Have a look at any User overridew et check if any PATH variable is in there: either check it or delete it ! All Rights Reserved Zendesk Theme Designed by Diziana Powered by Zendesk Home Delphi Cry about...
That is, if you have a Dell... -- Regards, Marco. 1. Thanks, Jon Marco Caspers Delphi Developer 2007-02-19 03:52:35 PM Re:Unable to locate component., D7 Jon Jacobs writes: Quote
Attachment DemandLoadTest.zip Comments Martin Lafferty at 1/8/2006 1:24:49 AM - Whilst running the test described in 'Steps to reproduce' I ran FileMon (www.sysinternals.com). Run project: no problem. We cannot look over your shoulder from here, you know, so please be a bit more specific. I found dcldss70.bpl under the known packages.
Just copy your VM onto it and you're back in business. http://borland.newsgroups.archived.at/public.delphi.ide.general/200704/0704078431.html Perhaps it is because the above path has Bir instead of Bin. Install both packages by right clicking on each project in the project manager and selecting 'Install'. a curious question2.
You should get the following error: "Project1 - Borland Developer Studio 2006 - Unit1: bds.exe - Unable To Locate Component This application has failed to start because DLTComponentA.bpl was not found. http://netfiscal.com/delphi-unable/delphi-unable-to-load.html Delphi Troubleshooting Unable to locate file "XXXX" Symptom: Within the Delphi development environment, right clicking a function and selecting 'Find Declaration' causes the following error message to appear: Unable to locate Package is installed with all components in it. And all comes to be all right.
Of course there is no Bir directory.
Re-installing the application may fix this problem. --------------------------- OK --------------------------- --------------------------- PHP4Delphi --------------------------- PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 'C:\Program Files\CodeGear\Delphi for PHP\1.0\php\ext\php_pdo_pgsql.dll' - The specified module could Check the design-time package list in the Components->Install package dialog, check the diverse pathes in the Project options and Tools->Environment options. -- Peter Below (TeamB) Don't be a vampire http://slash7.com/pages/vampires), use When I launch Delphi, I get: This application failed to start because dss70.bpl was not found.
Possible Remedies: The file "Windows.pas" is located in "$(DELPHI)\Source\Rtl\Win". current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Copyright© 1994 - 2013 Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. If the Ch’in dynasty was so short-lived, why was China named for it?
Now there is a caveat that this package is being loaded by something else, in which case...outside of deleting/moving one value at a time from the registry...sorry man, I got nothin'. Thanks, Jon jayfaubion Delphi Developer 2007-02-17 02:04:58 AM Re:Unable to locate component., D7 Jon, I know that this advice is too late to help you, but it is incidents When I launch Delphi, I get: This application failed to start because dss70.bpl was not found. Check This Out three-letter codes for countries How do I respond when players stray from my prepared material?
Why won't they load? Check the design-time package list in the Components->Install package dialog, check the diverse pathes in the Project options and Tools->Environment options. -- Peter Below (TeamB) Don't be a vampire (http://slash7.com/pages/vampires), use Nevertheless, I expect the IDE to be able to successfully load a package if that package and all its imports are on the library path.