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How to avoid error "Fail to load and initialize components -HCParagraphNET.HCParagraphControl" - when trying to load/open the FLOWCHART view in Interactive Analysis.

How to avoid error "Fail to load and initialize components -HCParagraphNET.HCParagraphControl" - when trying to load/open the FLOWCHART view in Interactive Analysis.

Problem.

When trying to load/open the FLOWCHART view in Interactive Analysis (HyperView), the following error is displayed

“Fail to load and initialize components Loading - HCParagraphNET.HCParagraphControl - Invalid class string. Looking for object with ProgID: HCParagraphNET.HCParagraphControl”

How can this be avoided.? 

Resolution

This is caused by a problem in the registration of module HCParagraphNet.dll

When you run REGASM.EXE do as follows...

- Open DOS command "As Adminstrator"

- use the command    CD "c:\Program Files (x86)\Micro Focus\Enterprise Analyzer\Bin"    press enter

- use the command  " c:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\RegAsm.exe" HCParagraphNET.dll   press enter

NOTE :   This directory changes with the version of the .NET framework you have installed.

 

 

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