How To Create Executable
i have finally finish my project. but i have no idea how to make it into a executable file so that other people without VB will be able to use my program. any idea?
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Can't Create Executable
I have a rather large vb application that currently working. I've done several updates to the program over the past few months, but recently it won't let me update the .exe file anymore. When I go to File, Make (filename).exe, it compiles without any errors. When it is done and I go to the location of the .exe, the icon that normally shows for the program doesn't show. Instead, the standard windows icon is there and will not execute the program when it is double clicked.
Does anyone have any ideas what is wrong?
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Create Network Executable
Hi dear mail list
A need to create network executable, usually the Vb programs have problem to
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Hi every body,
I need to know that how can I create an executable file from my VB project,
and run it in my PPT2700.
Or how cn I import my other programs in it?
I used ActiveSync, but any thing is acuured.
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I recently created a standard executable program in visual basic (with no form. just a Sub Main)
I am planning to call this executable from a command line and wanted to pass in a string parameter along with it.
I tried setting the Sub Main take in an input string, but when I tried to save the program as an .exe, I got an error saying that I need a Form or a Sub Main.
Can someone tell me what I need to do in order to make the executable take in an input paramter from a command line?
Any help you would great.
How To Create Executable In Visual Basic 5.0 Using Crystal Reports
I am moving an application from one server to another. I have changed all places that had the database location of the old server. I try to click on the make executable and it
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Check If Executable Is Still Running - In Other Executable
I picked up my "Security" project again (probably no one who knows what I'm talking about, but I don't care!)
Right now I'm facing kind of a problem.
When my application detects it has expired, it no longer allows the user to use the program.
Now, to prevent piracy, I've decided to "completely" (<-- quotes!) remove my application from the user's computer.
Well, I used the quotes, because the user *won't* notice it'll be gone.
Here's the short info:
On install: run CreateSecurity.exe (hidden of course ), which creates all security features
Program runs: Check for expiry or date change
If expired ==> Remove Application EXE (after filling it with dummy data), rename the "fake Application" to the Application EXE, and remove all traces ;)
Now my problem is the following:
I have everything set up an running quite smoothly.
The only problem I am experiencing is that when I try to shell PP.exe (PiracyPrevention.exe)
Code:If security.Expired Then
MsgBox "Our system has detected your trial time has expired." & vbCrLf & "If you have enjoyed using our project, and consider buying it, please visit our website." & vbCrLf & "All files will be deleted now, for piracy prevention."
Shell App.Path & "PP.exe"
My application is no "unloaded" yet, when PP.exe is already up and running.
Now I want to know how I can check (in a loop of course) if my application is still running.
I can pass any information needed through command line, so that wouldn't be a problem.
All help is highly appreciated!
Search before you ask - if you don't know where to search, ask before you search
Ok In Vb, Not In Executable
I guys, I'm setting a "Preference" window for an application. One of the features is Autologin: when this is selected, the key "Autologin" changes value in an .ini file, along with the UserID. This way a user can avoid the login screen at startup, but still have the his own userID set and ready.
Now, in my Main Sub() I read the file and check for the Autologin value: if it's true it goes directly to the main screen, else it goes to the Login screen. All this works fine in vb. If I try with the executable it simply won't load anything. It shows the little hourglass cursor and then just stops. Anybody has an idea of what might be causing this?
P.S.: I used an .ini file as I don't wanna mess up with the registry. I'm too much of rookie for that!
just a simple question
how can i run an executable through my application
how can i run that file?
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...I have to come up with a little VB program to run in the background (no forms allowed) until it's killed (by another program). This is proving trickier than you'd think. I first did it by displaying a blank form and the program waited for user input that of course never came....if I just go with a Sub Main and put it into a loop I get 99% CPU usage so I am wondering how I can get the code into a wait state in the same way a form is in a wait state.
Thanks for your time.
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Kindly let me know the procedure.
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Executable Does Not
I can run a program inside of VB just fine, however when I create an executeable it stops midway. How can I trouble shoot this issue?
How Do I Run An Executable From VB?
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Every strange thing... Does anyone know anything about it?
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The Chinese definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result.
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Private sub cmdText1_click()
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Thanks for the replies on my old posts.
Now I've got something else to ask.
How can I write over an *.exe file?
I have a program I wirte.
And I give a string a value
s = "Text goes here"
And I want to modify that in the file level, but not from the *.exe itself, but from an other.
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How do you do that?
You just wirte the *.exe @ low leve or what?
Thanks in advance.
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Any other idea would be helpful.
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