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SAPbobsCOM2005.dll and Delphi 6


I am starting work on a project using Delphi 6 (update2) using Business One DLL SAPBoBscom2005.dll

I have imported the type library and have Business One Components on my palette

When I use the Company component I can access


company.getcompanylist.fields.count etc successfully

But when I try to access company.getcompanylist.getAsXML I get an Access Violation error :

1008AC03 in module SAPBOBSCOM2005.dll

Anybody else experience this ? should I change to Delphi 2005 as the project is just starting?

Any advice appreciated

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    Posted on May 29, 2006 at 02:20 PM

    Hi Iqubal,

    It is nice to see some one working on DELPHI in developement of SAP Business One .

    i have tried it on DELPHI 5 and DELPHI 7 it is working,

    can i know whether u r getting this problem only for Company componet or while useing other document also..



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    • Hi Iqbal,

      Unless you did in the meantime you should check-out the available documentation (SDK Helpcenter) + the E-learning.

      Please go to the SAP Business One Developer Area here on SDN at

      The reason why you run into the error is simply that you don't call Connect() to connect to a company DB...

      This is step 1 in any sample + the training material.

      Even working with Delphi / Pascal doesn't exempt you from connecting before working with the connection 😉


      Frank (once having programmed with Turbo Pascal...)

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