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PERVSIVE 10 AND PDAC AND DELPHI

PERVSIVE 10 AND PDAC AND DELPHI

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I am having problems with version 10 of Pervasive SQL and using Delphi. We buy this version to be able to be executed in one notebook with Windows Vista. However using Delphi 3 and PDAC compatible with version Pervasive SQL 7/2000 all my programs function, less in notebook with windows vista and Pervasive SQL 10. Error 8020 occurs. Then I moved for Delphi 7  and corresponding PDAC and of this form functions in windows vista/psql 10, to put in the too much microns that pervasive has installed sql 7/2000 when executing the program occurs some errors, probably for not to have version 10 installed. Has some PDAC compativble or another form of direct access to the archives pervasive without using ODBC?

RE: PERVSIVE 10 AND PDAC AND DELPHI

Let me try to answer your questions:
Error 8020 means that a component is missing. You should be able to see which component is missing by looking in the PVSW.LOG file.  
The PDAC for PSQL 7/2000 is very old and was never tested with PSQL v8, v9, or v10.  PDAC is designed to be used with the a specific version of PSQL.  If you compile the app with the v10 version of PDAC, you'll need PSQL v10.  

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
http://www.mirtheil.com

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