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MapPoint OCX problem when VisualStudio 2008 (vs2008) is installed

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Hi everyone, I've just installed VisualStudio 2008 on my dev PC. I use
this PC to compile a program that uses MapPointControl.ocx.

I've compile a new version of my program using VS 2005 after
installing VS2008. When I run this program in VisualStudion 2005, I
can see the MapPoint Map. When I run this program on a Windows XP
computer, it also works. When I run the program on Windows Vista, I
get an error from the .NET framework (2.0) saying there was an unknown
error.

Now, I know this problem is created when I compile.

The problem persist even when targeting x86 plateform.

Finally, when I tried to create a new project in VisualStudio 2008 and
adding MapPoint control to it, it never worked.

Has anyone else notice that kind of problems ?
Nov 29 '07 #1
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I have the same problem on Vista, since I installed VS2008.
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"wizmagister" wrote:
Hi everyone, I've just installed VisualStudio 2008 on my dev PC. I use
this PC to compile a program that uses MapPointControl.ocx.

I've compile a new version of my program using VS 2005 after
installing VS2008. When I run this program in VisualStudion 2005, I
can see the MapPoint Map. When I run this program on a Windows XP
computer, it also works. When I run the program on Windows Vista, I
get an error from the .NET framework (2.0) saying there was an unknown
error.

Now, I know this problem is created when I compile.

The problem persist even when targeting x86 plateform.

Finally, when I tried to create a new project in VisualStudio 2008 and
adding MapPoint control to it, it never worked.

Has anyone else notice that kind of problems ?
Dec 9 '07 #2

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