Last post Feb 02, 2012 03:03 PM by tlarbo
Jul 11, 2009 10:37 PM|rohit_kochar|LINK
I just created a new website and was trying add a dll into references through addreference option. The dll is
lpssl.dll and the error I am getting is ' a reference to 'path' could not be added . Please make sure that
the file is accessible and that it is a valid com component . I am using ablecommerce.
If anybody ever encountered this problem suggest some solutions.
Any help is highly appreciated.
Jul 11, 2009 11:39 PMemail@example.com|LINK
first make sure that no other app use that dll and make sure it is compatible with .NET becuase several com DLL are not compatible with .NET so that cant be used in .NET.
Jul 12, 2009 02:15 AM|rohit_kochar|LINK
That dll is not used by any application..I also tried to register the dll using regsvr32 lpssl.dll but got an
error lpssl.dll was loaded but the dllregisterserver entry point was not found. The file can not be
What could be the solution to this problem? Have anybody encountered such problem before?
Jul 12, 2009 05:16 AMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
use this resources
Feb 02, 2012 03:03 PM|tlarbo|LINK
I was able to fix this by adding lpssl.dll to the path. To do this you have one of two options:
1. Copy lpssl.dll to a folder that is already in the path. You can see what folders are in the path by typing 'echo %PATH%' at a command prompt.
2. Add the folder that lpssl.dll is in to the path. To do this, right-click on My Computer, then Properties, then Advanced System Settings, then on the Advanced tab click 'Environment Variables', then in the lower box with 'System Variables' find the 'Path'
variable and double-click it. If your lpssl.dll is at c:\myprojects\coolwebsite\bin\lpssl.dll, then you want to append this to the end of the current path string (starting with adding a semicolon to separate it from the previous paths: ;c:\myprojects\coolwebsite\bin
I've written more about my troubles with the LinkPoint pieces on my blog at http://adventuresindotnet.blogspot.com/2012/02/linkpointtransactiondll.html