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We deployed our Windows application into about 100 factories, which our app. will create an Excel as datasource during runtime, the label will then be printed with a pre-defined btw file as label template.

 

So far they run well except 1 factory which suffering a problem: Failed to print label with error message #6670 (screenshot as below/attached)

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We checked that the Excel was successfully created without error, however the label cannot be physically printed.  We also checked that the Excel file has no problem and not opening by person or other application.

 

The factory machine detail:

CPU: x86 duo core

OS: WinXP Professional 2002 SP3

Office version: 2002 (10.2614.2625)

Excel: xls (non xlsx)

Bartender version: 7.72 (enterprise print only)

 

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Have you tried reinstalling MDAC on this PC? I found some instructions on how this can be achieved:

 

1.    In Windows Explorer, open the c:\Windows\Inf folder.
Note If you cannot see the c:\Windows\Inf folder, follow these steps:
 
a.    On the desktop, double-click My Computer, and then on the Tools menu, click Folder Options.
b.    Click the View tab.
c.    Under Advanced settings, select the Show hidden files and folders check box.
d.    Clear the Hide extensions for known file types check box.
e.    Click OK.
     
2.    In the C:\Windows\Inf folder, right-click the Mdac.inf file, and then click Install. 
 
3.    When you are prompted to insert the Windows XP SP2 CD, use one of the following methods:
     
I. If you have a Windows XP SP2 CD:
a.    Insert the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD in the CD or DVD drive. 
Note If a "Welcome to Microsoft Windows XP" message appears, click Exit.
b.    Click Browse.
c.    In the File name box, type CD or DVD drive that contains the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD drive letter:\i386. For example, type d:\i386 if the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD is in drive D.
d.    Click Open.
     
II. If you do not have a Windows XP SP2/SP3 CD:
a.    In the File name box, type %systemroot%\windows\servicepackfiles\i386, and then click Open.
b.    When prompted for adcjavas.inc, point to C:\Windows\servicepackfiles\i386
Note: If you cannot find this folder, put the Windows CD into your CD drive and browse for that file.
c.    When prompted for the file handler.reg, either point to C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\msadc, or put the Windows XP CD in your CD-ROM drive.
d.    When prompted for MDACRdMe.htm, point to C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\Ado. If this file is not present, rename the file MDACReadme.htm to MDACRdMe.htm.
e.    When prompted for oledbjvs.inc, point to C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\Ole DB.
f.    When prompted for mssoap1.dll, point to C:\Program Files\Common Files\MSSoap\Binaries.
g.    When prompted for mssoapr.dll, point to C:\Program Files\Common Files\MSSoap\Binaries (or below its subfolders).
     
4.    You may also be prompted for the original Windows XP CD that was originally used to install the operating system.
a.    Insert the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD in the CD or DVD drive. 
Note If a "Welcome to Microsoft Windows XP" message appears, click Exit.
b.    Click Browse.
c.    In the File name box, type CD or DVD drive that contains the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD drive letter:\i386. For example, type d:\i386 if the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD is in drive D.
d.    Click Open.

 

 

Will this help?

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Truly thanks for your great help!  And it works.

 

Thanks Domingo :)

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You're welcome  ^_^

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