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We have one workstation where our custom form is displaying the following message upon starting GP. Customer.dll: Function EventRegister does not exist in the dictionary. Parameter name:scriptName.
I have not been able to find any documentation on what could be causing the error and would appreciate any ideas as what could be causing the issue.
Have you tried copying the GP2013 folder from a working computer and replacing the one on the non-functional computer? This often works to resolve this type of error.
Kirk's advice is solid. In many cases, copying the code from a working machine to a machine with issues can resolve problems. Be cautious with the advent of 64 bit machines, you must pay attention to the directory paths, which should be from equivalent machines: Program Files does not equal Program Files (x86).
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