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Mike Dimmick11-Nov-03 23:02
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If your DLL was built using Visual C++ .NET 2002 or 2003, and you opted to use the multithreaded DLL version of the C runtime library, there's a new version that may not be on the server.

For 2002, you need msvcr70.dll; for 2003 it's msvcr71.dll.

If you've used any C++ standard library features (for example, iostreams) you might also need msvcp7x.dll. If you used 'old' iostreams (declared in <iostream.h> rather than <iostream>) you'll also need msvci7x.dll.

Even if you only used Visual C++ 6.0 to compile, the server might not have all the required C runtime DLLs, although this is less likely. Windows NT 4.0 did not originally ship with msvcrt.dll version 6.0, but it's included with SQL Server 2000.

I still recommend using Dependency Walker to view the actual DLLs required by your DLL. Using it on the server will show what's missing.

The other possibilities I can think of are that you've specified the wrong DLL name - although I would expect that you'd noticed this - or that the DLL is in the wrong directory. You may be able to specify a full path - I haven't tried this.
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GeneralMigrate SQL to Oracle Pin
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QuestionHow to set null values in dataset ? Pin
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