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error when import ice

luis12luis12 Member yu huaOrganization: Xiamen UniversityProject: the cti for ip pbx
when I use python import Ice
the cmd prompt:
File "C:\Ice-3.3.1\python\Ice.py", line 19, in <module>
import IcePy
ImportError: DLL load failed: can't find the module

please help me
3q

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  • matthewmatthew NL, CanadaMember Matthew NewhookOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Internet Communications Engine ✭✭✭
    You should see the configuring your environment section in the README file that came with your Ice installation. In this case, you probably have not set your PATH or PYTHONPATH correctly.

    This is the relevant part of the VC8 Ice installer README file. The instructions for your version might be a little different, so please check.
    Running the Python demos

    The Python demos are in the demopy directory.

    You need Python 2.5.2 to run the demos. A binary installer for Python
    can be downloaded from:

    Download Python Software

    You also need to add the Ice bin directory to your PATH, for example:

    set PATH=<Ice installation root directory>\bin;%PATH%

    Finally, set PYTHONPATH so that the Python interpreter is able to load
    the Ice extension. For a 32-bit Python installation, use this setting:

    set PYTHONPATH=<Ice installation root directory>\python

    For a 64-bit Python installation, use this setting instead:

    set PYTHONPATH=<Ice installation root directory>\python\x64

    To run a demo, open a Command Prompt, change to the desired demo
    directory, and type 'python Server.py' to start the server. In a
    separate Command Prompt window, type 'python Client.py' to run the
    client.
  • luis12luis12 Member yu huaOrganization: Xiamen UniversityProject: the cti for ip pbx
    thanks for your reply

    i have set the PATH and PYTHONPATH

    but the problem is still the same

    and the python.exe prompt : can't find the ice33.dll
  • matthewmatthew NL, CanadaMember Matthew NewhookOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Internet Communications Engine ✭✭✭
    My guess is that you are not using the correct version of python with your version of Ice. What versions of each are you using?
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