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Evaluation version restriction???

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hi,

i try to call the following function.......

    xFunction f= new xFunction("aamapi44.dll", "long AmOpenConnection(CSTRING, CSTRING, CSTRING)");

    Argument arg1=new Argument("con", Argument.CSTRING);

    Argument arg2=new Argument("usr", Argument.CSTRING);

    Argument arg3=new Argument("pw", Argument.CSTRING);

   

    f.invoke(arg1, arg2, arg3 );

    System.out.println("Handle: " + ((Long)f.invoke()).longValue() );

and i get the following error......

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com.excelsior.xFunction.EvaluationVersionRestrictionException

        at com.excelsior.xFunction.xFunction.callFunc(Native Method)

        at com.excelsior.xFunction.xFunction.invoke(xFunction.java:161)

        at com.excelsior.xFunction.xFunction.invoke(xFunction.java:74)

        at SQL.main(SQL.java:130)

Evaluation version restriction:

Usage of these number of arguments is restricted in the evaluation

what does the <<Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:>> mean???

how many parameters can i use in the evaluation version?:huh:?

what can i do to call the function and get an db handle.... i must test some dll functions and then i can buy a license..

thanks

Commander

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Hello,

NoClassDefFoundError was a bug in evaluation version of xFunction.

You can re-download xFunction from the website to get the fixed version.

As regards to calling functions with three-parameters, you are right - it's restriction of evaluation version.

Unfortunately, we have no evalution version without this restriction. If you absolutely cannot test xFunction without such restriction then I recommend you to buy a license and to request refund if you'll find the product inappropriate for your needs.

Regards,

Pavel.

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