DisplayFromByteArray in VBA - Access 2003

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kylex
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DisplayFromByteArray in VBA - Access 2003

Post by kylex » Sun Jul 29, 2007 10:10 pm

Hi, I'm a user of gdPicture pro demo version. I tryed to use the control in my Access 2003 application, but when I use the function DisplayFromByteArray with an array of bytes I get the error «Subscript out of range (Error 9)». The following code exemplifies the problem:

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Dim Picture() As Byte

'[...] load an image in any way

GdPicture.SaveAsByteArray(Picture)

[...]

GdViewer.ClosePicture()
GdViewver.DisplayFromByteArray(Picture)
Is that cause by a bug? Thanks for the answer.

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Post by Loïc » Mon Jul 30, 2007 10:04 am

Hi,

You are right.
It was a little bug into the GdViewer class. I will publish a fix ASAP with this bug fixed.

Thanks and best regards,

Loïc

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Post by kylex » Mon Jul 30, 2007 2:39 pm

Thank you very much.

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DisplayFromByteArray

Post by peverett » Wed Sep 12, 2007 9:20 am

I recently downloaded a trial version of GdViewer Pro to see it I could use it to display a jpg extracted from the tag of an mp3 file.

The tag is extracted as a byte array so I assumed that I could use

GdViewer.DisplayFromByteArray(Picture)

where Picture is my ByteArray.

Unfortuantely, my GdViewer object library does not seem to have the DisplayFromByteArray method. So

1. why can I not find the method?
2. has a fix been delivers for the "subscript out of range (error 9) problem reported on 30th July?

Thanks

Phill Everett

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Post by Loïc » Thu Sep 13, 2007 6:46 pm

Hi,

1. why can I not find the method?
I think this problem came from MS Access. However I think too that you can call the methods even if Access can see her.
2. has a fix been delivers for the "subscript out of range (error 9) problem reported on 30th July?
Yes it was.

Best regards,

Loïc Carrère

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