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The referenced components CommonDialog SSTab are missing design time licenses.

Hi, there,

When I open a VB6 application on VB.net, it automatically
upgrade to VB.net. But I got the error message said:

"Upgrade failed: Exception occurred:
The referenced components CommonDialog SSTab are missing
design time licenses."

I can't find than answer on the support centre, does
anybody can help me?

Thanks a lot!

Joanny

Jul 21 '05 #1
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Does you project have a .licx folder included? Infragistics needs the .licx
file to run, normally it just generates it for you on the build. If you
don't have one....create a blank text filed called Licenses.licx and stick
it in your project directory. Before you close it, go to the Project menu
and add it as an existing item. Close your project and re-open it. I'm
assuming that you have Infragistics installed on you machine (or Sheridan
depending on which version).?

That worked for use when we had the same problem (different control but same
issue).

HTH,

Bill
"Joanny" <jo****@phonetime.com> wrote in message
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Hi, there,

When I open a VB6 application on VB.net, it automatically
upgrade to VB.net. But I got the error message said:

"Upgrade failed: Exception occurred:
The referenced components CommonDialog SSTab are missing
design time licenses."

I can't find than answer on the support centre, does
anybody can help me?

Thanks a lot!

Joanny

Jul 21 '05 #2

I created a blank file called Licenses.licx in the same VB project
folder. But when it is doing the upgrade, the same message pop up.

My version is Visual Basic .net Standard, V. 2003

Thanks

Joanny
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Jul 21 '05 #3
Im' stumpted then....you probably ought to call infragistics. Sorry about
that...
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I created a blank file called Licenses.licx in the same VB project
folder. But when it is doing the upgrade, the same message pop up.

My version is Visual Basic .net Standard, V. 2003

Thanks

Joanny
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Jul 21 '05 #4

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