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Bug #19009 Cannot pass LONG (64bit) parameters
Submitted: 2002-08-20 23:56 UTC Modified: 2002-10-20 23:19 UTC
From: patrick at quevivamexico dot com Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: COM related
PHP Version: 4.2.1 OS: WinXP
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2002-08-20 23:56 UTC] patrick at quevivamexico dot com
Calling a COM function. COM written in VB. The function takes arguments (foo AS LONG,etc)

My code:

$booleanresult = $myCOMhandle->call($mynumvar,$mynumvar,$mystringvar);

This should return true if it works.

Error message: 

Warning: Type not supported or not yet implemented. in blah.php on line 96

Warning: Invoke() failed: Type mismatch. Argument: 4 in blah.php on line 96

Don't understand "Argument: 4" when only 3 parameters are required.


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 [2002-08-21 00:00 UTC] patrick at quevivamexico dot com
Wondered that this might because LONG is 64 bit, and php doesn't support it.
 [2002-08-21 00:00 UTC]
So what is the bug you're reporting?

The error message states that the type you are using is not yet supported by PHP.
 [2002-08-21 00:02 UTC] patrick at quevivamexico dot com
So LONG being 64 bit is the reason? If so, sorry for bothering you, but the VB developer was denying this.
 [2002-08-21 02:00 UTC]
Without having looked at the code, I'd say yes.  
 [2002-10-02 07:07 UTC]
LONG beeing 64 bit should not do any harm (beside beeing close-cropped to 32 bit).
can you please provide the typelibrary of your component so that i can look which type is expected/not understood by php.
 [2002-10-20 23:19 UTC]
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