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BOOK: Professional WCF 4: Windows Communication Foundation with .NET 4
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Default Chapter 11 Creating Host

I followed the code. But I got the error message : "HTTP could not register URL http://+9876/CarManagementService/. Your process doesn't have right access to this namespace"

I put CarManagementService in localhost, like http://Localhost:9876/CarManagementService Anyone knows what the problem is ? Thanks
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Default Error vb6 : Run-time errors, class ID not registered, Look for an object with CLSID

Hello, Please I need help for my software I develop.

I develop a small software in vb 6 connected to a ACCESS database in Win 7 pro.

I built my installation package with Inno Setup, I tried to test it in a new fresh copy of Win 7 Pro, and I got errors.

[[ Run-time errors, class ID not registered, Look for an object with CLSID : { 000000100 ***************} ]]


I also tried to build my installation package with PWD of VB6 but problem still going on.



Please, can someone help me?
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Try localhost instead of Localhost...
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@ sdnd2000

Thanks for your reply,
it has been solved three years ago

check this out (http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/to...ot-registered/)


Where are you located??
and are you still using VB6 till now??


Thanks anyway !!!
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I followed the code. But I got the error message : "HTTP could not register URL http://+9876/CarManagementService/. Your process doesn't have right access to this namespace"

I put CarManagementService in localhost, like http://Localhost:9876/CarManagementService Anyone knows what the problem is ? Thanks


Try localhost instead of Localhost
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Try localhost instead of Localhost...

Just getting a insight to the posting and replying. I haven't used this p2p forum in about 10 years although I started in on WCF4 and will have some issues as apparently there are some out there already.

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