|Subject:||Re: Problem with SMTP component|
|Posted by:||Gregoire Diehl (gregoire.die…@meinberg.de)|
|Date:||Thu, 20 Oct 2005|
Thanks for your explanation.
In fact i have just created a new project put idSNMP and idMessage on
together with a button. When pressing this button i have assigned the data
for host, password, username. Host and username can be assing without
problems, the password throw the AV-exception.
I have downloaded the latest snapshot via ftp and carefully follow the
instruction described on your mentioned page.
The installation was no problem, but now i got the error message during
linking that the indy.lib file is missing.
Sorry that i have to ask again, but i´m not very famillar with Indy and
installing new components
Any help would be greatly appreciated again.
"Remy Lebeau (TeamB)" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> "Gregoire Diehl" <gregoire.die…@meinberg.de> wrote in message
>> Form1->idSMTP1->Password = "test";
> The only way that code can throw an AV is if either the Form1 or idSMTP1
> pointer is invalid in the first place. Where and when exactly are you
> calling that code from? I would suspect first that the Form1 pointer has
> not been assigned yet when you are dereferencing it.
>> I have updated my indy components to version 9.00.17
> That is not the latest build. The current snapshot build is 9.0.50.
>> Run the FullC6.bat, remove the old components and install the
>> new bpl file from the C6 folder.
> That is not enough to install Indy 9 properly. BCB6 ships with Indy 8,
> which you must fully delete from your machine BEFORE running FULLC6.BAT.
> Please read the install instructions in Indy's Knowledge Base
Re: Problem with SMTP component posted by Remy Lebeau (TeamB) on Wed, 19 Oct 2005