[TRNSYS-users] drop in dll

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Wed Jul 16 15:03:09 PDT 2014

   There are two possible causes. The simpler one to fix is that if your 
TRNDll and your MyType are compiled in debug mode and are then moved to 
a target computer that does not have the Fortran compiler installed 
chances are that MyType.dll will return error 105. Make sure that both 
TRNDll and MyType.dll are both compiled in release mode on the target 
computer. You can look at the early messages in the *.log and *.lst 
files; one of them will tell you whether TRNDll is in release or debug mode.

   The second possibility is that there is a mismatch in the compiler 
settings between the TRNDll project and the MyType project. Making sure 
that the settings are the same between projects is very painful as there 
is no easy way of making a comparison. You simply have to go through all 
the settings (and there are a lot of them) and make sure that they are 
Kind regards,

On 7/14/2014 08:59, Dentel, Arno wrote:
> Dear all,
> concerning compiling a user written type I am helpless:
> ·I built a drop in dll of the type, put it to the release and debug 
> folder and everything works fine
> ·when we use the drop in dll on another computer (same Trnsys version, 
> same OS), Trnsys stops with an error:
> o    TRNSYS message 105: A Type was called in the TRNSYS input file but was either not linked into trndll.dll or was not found in an external dll...
> oThe List file also says that "MyType.dll" was found but did not 
> contain any components from the input file.
> Has anyone experienced similar problems?
> Best regards,
> Arno Dentel
> PS: Compiler: Parallel Studio XE 2011 with VS2010, compiler settings 
> from MyType-workspace
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