.NET and Visual C++ methods that return
status information will return true for success, and false for failure.
ActiveX methods that return status
information will return 1 for success, and 0 for
When a method fails, extended error
information can be retrieved as XML, HTML, or plain-text. The LastErrorHtml, LastErrorText, and LastErrorXml properties contain this information. These properties should be examined
when a failure status is returned. The last error information can also
be saved to an XML formatted file by calling SaveLastError.
Important: The last error properties and
methods have changed names since the previous component versions so that
all components (C++, .NET, and ActiveX) now present an identical
You no longer need to register online to
get a 30-day trial registration code. It is still required to call the
UnlockComponent method at the beginning of your program, but any string
can be passed to begin the 30-day trial. (There is no UnlockComponent
method in free components such as XML or FTP.)
The Chilkat ActiveX components no longer
raise exceptions. If a method fails, it returns a 0 to indicate failure.
Programs may need to be modified to check for return statuses rather
than catching exceptions.
Chilkat supports the older Windows 95, 98,
ME, and NT4 operating systems with its ActiveX components and C++
compatible ActiveX components, NT4 compatible C++ libraries are
available upon request.
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