|Subject:||Re: "Could not load SSL Library"|
|Posted by:||Scott Bussinger (scot…@opto-pps.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 6 Sep 2005|
I've gotten that message a few times myself while debugging, but oddly
enough it didn't happen when running the application directly. Looking in
the madExcept log, I noticed that what was happening was that it was loading
a copy of the DLL's from a different location on my machine than I expected.
Instead of loading the copies from my source code directory it found some
non-Indy copies on my system path and tried to use those.
I think the problem is that the concept of "Current Directory" is a bit
confusing when debugging an application. Anyway, see if perhaps there are
other non-Indy copies of the DLL's on your path and move them out of the way
Be seeing you.
"Otavio" <otaviomace…@gmail.com> wrote in message
> I am developing an app to connect to a HTTP server using SSL. I am using
> the following components: IdHTTP and IdConnectionInterceptOpenSSL
> (assigned to the IdHTTP.Intercept property).
> I have put the files libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll in the application
> directory but I still get the error message: "Could not load SSL Library".
> What could be wrong?
> Thank in advance.
"Could not load SSL Library" posted by Otavio on Mon, 29 Aug 2005