In recovering from a server crash I have a program developed in Delphi XE3 with Advantage 11.10 that connects and runs fine from the development folder and from the desktop, but when I put it into the program file on the same machine I get a 1506 error.

The system is restored and the rest of the programs are working fine from every machine in the network.

I am at a loss. I can't debug it because it works fine from within delphi too.

asked 24 Jun '13, 11:52

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1506 usually means that it was unable to load the Unicode files aicu.dll and icudt40l.dat . Be sure these are included with the application or are somewhere on the path.

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answered 24 Jun '13, 12:00

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I'll try that -- but why would the program load by putting the exe on the desktop instead of the program file? I copied the same program from the development folder to both locations.

(24 Jun '13, 12:09) JHadar

It did work. I'm mystified as to why -- especially since the program was working as a component in another program in the same program folder.

(24 Jun '13, 12:18) JHadar
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