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Windows 10 Visual Basic UFL that implements this function is missing (or U2lcom.dll is missing) Error in IDAutomation_CrystalUFL

Hello,

We have been using IDAutomation_CrystalUFL for a while with Windows 7 and Vista without any problems.

Now we have changed the PC to windows 10 64bits, and we are having this issue:
Visual Basic UFL that implements this function is missing (or U2lcom.dll is missing) Error

We have registered the Visual Basic UFL dlls (by running the IDAutomation_CrystalUFL app) and everything looks ok, but we always have the error. Any suggestions?

Update: I have installed Crystal Reports on the PC and when I edit the formula fields in additional functions I can't find the Visual Basics UFLs (u2lcom.dll)

Any help will be much appreciated.
best regards,
Raul



Operating System: Windows 10 64Bits

Application: Crystal Report Viewer

02-11-16     440 day(s) ago     Views: 1837

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A Font Formula is basic code that you can embed into your Formula Editor to encode data. It performs the same job that the UFL does, expect with less hassle. To obtain the formula, you may download the demo version of the Code 128 Font Package, open the Integration folder, then open the sample Crystal Report.

Follow this solution to use the font formula. The formula included in the demo version will work with the sale version of the fonts.



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Ben
In this case, it might be better to run the font formula.



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No, I also thought about that.
It must be another thing.
The only difference that i can remember is that one of the OS is a upgrade from Windows 8.1 (on this works fine) and the new PC is a clean install of Windows 10.




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It is possible that you are using an old version of the UFL. You may try downloading the updated version but the font formulas will guarantee the issue does not occur.

Download the most recent UFL



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Thanks Ben,

We have the Code 128 Full Font package that was buyed a few years ago. I will give a look at it.

Still, I would like to know if this could be a DLL problem, or have any clue about this.
Its a litlle weird that in 2 PCs with the same OS the behavior is diffrent.

Best regards



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Not working In the computer that was prepared to do it.

Any ideia why the UFL not available In The crystal report?
Looks like a dll problem!

Not sure what do you mean by using The font formulas. Can you give me an example?



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Is it working now? If not, you may want to consider using the Font Formulas as they not require UFLs.



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Hi Ben,

I'm using Crystal Reports Barcode Font Encoder UFL directly on a Crystal report form.

The function that we use is IDAutomationCode128 to generate a code128 label

It's been working since always, with this kinfd of code in the rpt:
IDAutomationCode128 ("(02)"+ {tabAt.U_gtin} + "(17)" + ToText(DateAdd("yyyy",2,{tabLt.DATA}),"yyMMdd") + "(10)" + {tabLt.CODLTFN}, true)

But since we installed this new Computer we don't have the "IDAutomationCode128" because the Visual Basic UFLs isn't available.

We just want to had this available, so that we don't need to change the report.

Update: My Computer is also Windows 10 64bits, I have installed the IDAutomation_CrystalUFL.exe, and the crystal reports shows the Visual Basic UFLs correctly.



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What is the name of the IDAutomation product that you are using?

What barcode type are you attempting to create?

If creating a 1D barcode such as Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, or UPC, have you considered the Font Formulas solution? For 2D barcodes such as Data Matrix and PDF417, we also have Font Formulas included with the Advantage Packages.



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