On Thursday, December 22, 2016 at 8:27:34 AM UTC-5, jense...@gmail.com wrot=
> When trying to use an entry in a Fortran DLL (Intel(R) Compiler 16.0 Upda=
te 3 (package 207)) I get the message "An attemt was made to load a progra=
m with an incorrect format. Exception result HRESULT: 0x8007000B).
> On the development PC everything works. Any suggestions ?
You may want to try posting your question(s) on the Intel Fortran Forum for=
Windows for more informed and pertinent responses:
Some experienced and expert user might be able to guess correctly what the =
problem might be (e.g., .NET assembly with x64 configuration trying to load=
Fortran DLL built with Win32 configuration or missing/wrong Intel Fortran =
redistributables on the PC where the occurs as opposed to development PC an=
d so forth), but my hunch is you will need to provide more details on your =
Fortran DLL and its API settings for external procedures (Intel default ver=
sus STDCALL, etc.), VB.NET code and assembly configuration, development PC =
versus the PC where the error happens.
And/or you may want to research by yourself on the Intel site and the forum=
, for there is ton of valuable information available there. For example, t=
ake a look at this link, there is a complete example of VB.NET calling Fort=