The Specified winHLLAPI function could not be found in WinHLLAPI dll
Not able to run the solution in runtime on test machine, package loading is completed but when tried to run the package its unable to launch mainframe/BosaNOVA emulator.
Solution is absolutely fine on the Prod/Dev machine, checked with loading the package in local runtime (openspanruntime.exe from Visual studio folder)
Robot is starting from the run time as well but not able to start Text Adapter from dll, To launch the text adapter/mainframe, i'm using BSHLL32.dll
Please check the error message, that's a rough translation of an example message given by mcafee in the windows logs. As you can see - the execution was approved by default, and there's no blockage (white listed).
All the mcafee events immediately following or preceding the execution of the dll or the runtime are phrased the same, no notion of blockage/ access issue.
I suspect that a dll is being injected or hooked by another process there, and it may be interfere with its performance. And also suggest me if i can Check whether there are any sdk, target packs absent on the runtime.
Please let me know your thoughts and suggest me how can i make this work in Runtime.
I have not worked with this emulator, but from what I can discern on-line you are pointed at the correct winhllapi dll. The interface is 32 bit EHLLAPI. Your API Type setting on the Text adapter is set to 16 bit-EHLLAPI. Set that to 32-bit before choosing a dll. If that is not the issue, I would recommend opening a support ticket.
Thanks for looking into it, but the ApiType is set to default/ Option greyed out. It Opened as 16-bit default when i added the Text Adapter, i'm not able to change it to 32-bit. I have checked this earlier.
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