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I am using 9.3.2 version of chilkat.My appl,ication is on VC++ 2010 I am calling ckByteData::encryptedData.saveFile((const char*)strFileName); to save the file. strFileName is of const CString& type. In our application we are trying to export a file into the directory for whick we are calling the above function. It works fine on XP.But in Windows 7, I cannot see the saved file and dont even get the exceptions or error.It shows everything is successful.

Can anyone please let me know if I have to use something different for Windows 7.

It would be of great help to us as we are running out of time.



asked Jan 09 '13 at 09:50

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Are you perhaps saving to a protected location (for example "Program Files")? Vista and later do not make that easy. Try to run your program "as administrator".


answered Jan 09 '13 at 14:00

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Given that you are a C++ programmer using VC++, you should be capable of writing (non-Chilkat) code that opens/creates a file, writes bytes to it, and closes it. Therefore, given that you can access the byte data via CkByteData::getData(), and you can get the number of bytes via CkByteData::getSize(), you should be able to write the file using the ordinary file I/O methods provided by the Windows Platform SDK, or even fopen/fwrite if you wish.

The CkByteData::saveFile method is purely for convenience. It returns a success/failure status, but unfortunately you can't get more information than that. To get more information, write the file using non-Chilkat means. (Please don't ask for help with that..)

All Chilkat objects, EXCEPT for CkByteData and CkString, have a LastErrorText property that can be used to get detailed information. However, CkByteData and CkString are considered more "lightweight" objects and do not have it.


answered Jan 09 '13 at 18:45

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