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Re^2: install cpan Win32::OLE on cygwin - t/3_ole.t ....... 1/58 OLE exception from "Microsoft Excel":

by Anonymous Monk
on Aug 01, 2013 at 13:31 UTC ( #1047454=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: install cpan Win32::OLE on cygwin - t/3_ole.t ....... 1/58 OLE exception from "Microsoft Excel":
in thread install cpan Win32::OLE on cygwin - t/3_ole.t ....... 1/58 OLE exception from "Microsoft Excel":

Apologies for being obtuse.

Excel operates normally on the laptop.

There is 241 Gbyte free space on the disk.

The Task manager > Performance shows 1Gbyte memory (Out of 2 Gbyte) avalable whilst the script runs.


Comment on Re^2: install cpan Win32::OLE on cygwin - t/3_ole.t ....... 1/58 OLE exception from "Microsoft Excel":
Re^3: install cpan Win32::OLE on cygwin - t/3_ole.t ....... 1/58 OLE exception from "Microsoft Excel":
by Anonymous Monk on Aug 01, 2013 at 13:43 UTC
      Cleaned the TEMP directory (78Mbyte)

      Path is set correctly

      The Unblock suggestion is premature becuase the script tries to create a workbook. I don't understand enough to decide whether the script is still getting to set up the create call or is actually doing the call to create the file and cannot. I suspect the latter.

      The Unblock suggestion made me think that maybe some security setting prohibits the creation of a file on the file system from a script? What could that be?

      Thanks for the thought.

        What could that be?

        Don't know, there are other threads linked about this not uncommon error -- even some kb articles -- check the eventviewer maybe?

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