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MCR 2008a doesnt work with windows 7

Subject: MCR 2008a doesnt work with windows 7

From: Amardeep

Date: 8 Apr, 2011 18:44:05

Message: 1 of 2

Hi,
I had a standalone program running well on windows XP [Dlls and exe compiled using Compile Matlab 2008a]. Now I want to make our program compatible with windows 7. what I did is installed same MCR on the windows 7 machine and installed the program.However I am getting the TypeInitialization exception when tried acces the matlab functionlities in standalone Dll.

My question is
1. Is MCR comes along with Matlab 2008a is compatible with windows7?
2. Should new versions of MCR[2010a,b] supports windows 7?
3. If I upgrade my MCR version do I need to compile all the file again?


Thanks in advance
Amardeep

Subject: MCR 2008a doesnt work with windows 7

From: Aurelien Queffurust

Date: 15 Apr, 2011 13:25:05

Message: 2 of 2

"Amardeep" wrote in message <innl1l$e86$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> Hi,
> I had a standalone program running well on windows XP [Dlls and exe compiled using Compile Matlab 2008a]. Now I want to make our program compatible with windows 7. what I did is installed same MCR on the windows 7 machine and installed the program.However I am getting the TypeInitialization exception when tried acces the matlab functionlities in standalone Dll.
>
> My question is
> 1. Is MCR comes along with Matlab 2008a is compatible with windows7?
> 2. Should new versions of MCR[2010a,b] supports windows 7?
> 3. If I upgrade my MCR version do I need to compile all the file again?
>
>
> Thanks in advance
> Amardeep

As you can see in this roadmap
http://www.mathworks.com/support/sysreq/roadmap.html
Windows 7 is supported as of R2009a
So you will have to recompile your file in a release >= R2009a and install the MCR of this release

Aurélien
http://blog.developpez.com/matlab4geek/

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