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win32ole method missing

 
 
Jamie Forrest
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      01-30-2009
There seems to be a method missing in the TimeScaleValue object of
WIN32OLE. See:

irb(main):126:0> tsval.Value
WIN32OLERuntimeError: unknown property or method `Value'
HRESULT error code:0x80020006
Unknown name.
from (irb):124:in `method_missing'
from (irb):124
from ^C:0

and yet

irb(main):127:0> tsval.ole_get_methods
=> [StartDate, EndDate, Value, Index, Application, Parent]

Anyone have an idea what's going on here? Is WIN32OLE just not fully
implemented?

 
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Jamie Forrest
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      01-30-2009
On Jan 29, 11:15*pm, Jamie Forrest <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> There seems to be a method missing in the TimeScaleValue object of
> WIN32OLE. See:
>
> irb(main):126:0> tsval.Value
> WIN32OLERuntimeError: unknown property or method `Value'
> * * HRESULT error code:0x80020006
> * * * Unknown name.
> * * * * from (irb):124:in `method_missing'
> * * * * from (irb):124
> * * * * from ^C:0
>
> and yet
>
> irb(main):127:0> tsval.ole_get_methods
> => [StartDate, EndDate, Value, Index, Application, Parent]
>
> Anyone have an idea what's going on here? Is WIN32OLE just not fully
> implemented?


I should mention the TimeScaleValue object is part of Microsoft
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