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ACE TAO Initialize exception

ACE TAO Initialize exception

ACE TAO Initialize exception


I am very much a beginner with CORBA and TAO.  Running on Windows 7 and MS Visual Studio 2010.

2 Problems so far:

1.  I have compiled the ACE framework solution and the TAO solution, set environment variable and added them to the path but get an exception when starting a client app - cannot find entry point in ACE.dll.  If I copy a host of .dll's to the directory where the client app runs from then it launches.

2.  The main problem now is that when the client app tries to connect to the server I get another exception:

system exception, ID 'IDL:omg.org/CORBA/INITIALISE:1.0' TAO exception, minor code = 0 (ORB Core initialization failed; unspecified errno), completed = NO

I guess it cannot initialize the ORB but I'm at a loss as to what I need to do now.

Any suggestions?

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