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  Reply # 477282 3-Jun-2011 07:12
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The procedure entry point ?ConvertExclusiveToShared@cReaderWriterLock3AR@@QAEXXZ could not be located in the dynamic link library MSDART.DLL

Thoughts? 

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  Reply # 477283 3-Jun-2011 07:15
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btw, which platform are you compiling on? Is that the [win 7] x64 Pro, or something different?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 477286 3-Jun-2011 07:20
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Something different.

I'm compiling on Windows XP x86, Visual Studio 2008 and told it to build for x86.

It works on the following systems:


  • Windows 7 Professional x86

  • Windows XP

  • Windows Vista Home Premium x86

  • Windows 7 Professional x64 (my personal pc at home)


I do have Visual Studio installed on my home computer, that installs a slew of data access drivers doesn't it? Maybe I'll run it on there and use sysinternals to work out exactly what dll its using for odbc. 
 

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  Reply # 477439 3-Jun-2011 14:49
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This more of an aside than anything.

Might want to try creating an installer project to test and check dependencies.  Typically I create a  new solution based on the blank template (called xyz), then add my app project (xyz.FormsApp) and then a setup project (xyz.install). 

The installer application(s) can be used for dependency checking and platform targeting.

Another thing, one can also leverage the microsoft provider model to get a list of providers and then use the SqlConnectionStringBuilder (System.Data) to create a connection string. This can be useful when one is referencing a local database.

Just some thoughts.

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  Reply # 477650 4-Jun-2011 03:01
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After all that excitement it was a corrupt MSDART.dll. 

Thanks for all the help guys 

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