I ran the following code:
in reply to Win32::OLE objects
the result is:
my $LogObj = Win32::OLE->new('LOGGERHELPER.UILogHelp');
print "REF IS: ", ref $LogObj, "\n";
print Win32::OLE->LastError(), "\n" unless ( $LogObj);
Then I searched the registry for "LOGGERHELPER" and "LOGGERHELPER.UILogHelp". I don't have that program id in my registry, hence the OLE new method doesn't work. Do you have the .dll for that class ID registered on your machine? Where can I find it?
Win32::OLE(0.1702) error 0x800401f3: "Invalid class string"