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Thread: Cannot Install Package in C++ Berlin 10.2 Professional


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Earl Staley

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Cannot Install Package in C++ Berlin 10.2 Professional  
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  Posted: Mar 29, 2017 10:27 AM
I am trying to install a package in C++ Berlin 10.2 Professional. I keep getting this error message"

"Registration procedure, Stripchartber2.Register in package C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\18.0\BPL\PackageStripChartBer.bpl raised exception class EComponentError: <No Message>."

After the message appears, C++ Berlin locks up solid every time and the only way I can Close C++ Berlin 10.2 is with the Windows Task Manager and force it to shutdown.

The same package is installed in C++ Berlin 10.1 and it is working fine.

Why does C++ Berlin 10.1 accept the package whereas C++ Berlin 10.2 does not and what do I need to do to correct the error?

Thank you...
Earl Staley
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Re: Cannot Install Package in C++ Berlin 10.2 Professional  
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  Posted: Mar 29, 2017 10:52 AM   in response to: Earl Staley in response to: Earl Staley
Earl wrote:

I am trying to install a package in C++ Berlin 10.2 Professional.
I keep getting this error message"

"Registration procedure, Stripchartber2.Register in package
C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\18.0\BPL\PackageStripChartBer.bpl
raised exception class EComponentError: <No Message>."

The 18.0 folder belongs to 10.1 Berlin, not 10.2 Tokyo (not Berlin!). Are
you actually trying to install a Berlin package binary into Tokyo? Or are
you actually using Berlin and just typed the wrong version number? If you
are actually using Tokyo, then you can't use Berlin package binaries as-is
in Tokyo (or any other version). Packages are version-specific, they must
be compiled for each IDE version separately.

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