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when the script is compiled to exe it returns error...

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When I start my program I get msgbox with that in it:

Line-1:
Error: The requested action with this object has failed

I have that in my functions:

Func NewObjCreate($obj)
    $return = ObjCreate($obj)
    Return $return
EndFunc   ;==>NewObjCreate

Func startLoad()

    Global $skype = NewObjCreate("Skype4COM.Skype")
    If Not $skype.Client.IsRunning Then
        $skype.Client.Start()
    EndIf

    $cNick = $skype.CurrentUser.Handle
    $cName = $skype.CurrentUser.Fullname
    $cMood = GetMood()

    $skype.Attach

    While $cNick = "" And $cName = "" And $cMood = ""
        Sleep(50)
    WEnd

    Global $ini_read = IniReadSection($ini_file, "base")
    If @error Then
        $file = FileOpen($ini_file, 2)

        If $file = -1 Then
            MsgBox(16 + 4096, "Error!", "Can't create .ini file. Check the folder permissions.")
            ; Exit
        EndIf

        FileWrite($file, "[base]" & @CRLF & "p-mood=" & $defaultMood & @CRLF & "animation=/аз съм трактор/")
        FileClose($file)

        $ini_read = IniReadSection($ini_file, "base")

    EndIf


EndFunc   ;==>startLoad
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When I start my program I get msgbox with that in it:

Line-1:
Error: The requested action with this object has failed

I have that in my functions:

Func NewObjCreate($obj)
    $return = ObjCreate($obj)
    Return $return
EndFunc   ;==>NewObjCreate

Func startLoad()

    Global $skype = NewObjCreate("Skype4COM.Skype")
    If Not $skype.Client.IsRunning Then
        $skype.Client.Start()
    EndIf

    $cNick = $skype.CurrentUser.Handle
    $cName = $skype.CurrentUser.Fullname
    $cMood = GetMood()

    $skype.Attach

    While $cNick = "" And $cName = "" And $cMood = ""
        Sleep(50)
    WEnd

    Global $ini_read = IniReadSection($ini_file, "base")
    If @error Then
        $file = FileOpen($ini_file, 2)

        If $file = -1 Then
            MsgBox(16 + 4096, "Error!", "Can't create .ini file. Check the folder permissions.")
            ; Exit
        EndIf

        FileWrite($file, "[base]" & @CRLF & "p-mood=" & $defaultMood & @CRLF & "animation=/аз съм трактор/")
        FileClose($file)

        $ini_read = IniReadSection($ini_file, "base")

    EndIf


EndFunc   ;==>startLoad
Do you mean that when you run it as an uncompiled script it has no errors?

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newobjCreate is not valid in AutoIt.

use

ObjCreate instead.


George

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Func NewObjCreate($obj)

$return = ObjCreate($obj)

Return $return

EndFunc ;==>NewObjCreate

it's valid :P

martin, yeah, when its .au3 it runs OK.. :)

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