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Pervasive SQL2000i SP Client installation files and folders

Pervasive SQL2000i SP Client installation files and folders

(OP)
Hi
With regards to the Client Install package
there is the following Folder Win32 located
\Pervasive SQL\Clients\Win\Update\system\win32\shared
Please can you advise on purpose of the following Files in this folder :
win9x
winnt
mfc42.dll
mfcoleui.dll
msvcp60.dll
msvcrt20.dll
msvcrt.dll
og70as.dll
osc60as.dll
ot60as.dll
and in the winnt folder :
ctl3d32.dll & psapi.dll
 

RE: Pervasive SQL2000i SP Client installation files and folders

These are MFC runtime files and are needed by the Pervasive DLLs:
mfc42.dll
mfcoleui.dll
msvcp60.dll
msvcrt20.dll
msvcrt.dll

These are runtime components for the Grid used by the Pervasive Control Center:
og70as.dll
osc60as.dll
ot60as.dll

These are system dlls that are used at various points:
ctl3d32.dll & psapi.dll

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

RE: Pervasive SQL2000i SP Client installation files and folders

(OP)
Thanks ,
The reason i ask is because, before i mentioned in a previous thread that i was encountering a difference in characters between remote PERVASIVE database engine and the end result of my extract file being a [,] instead of a [.] in the IIIIE FLOAT data type
This got me thinking that perhaps Since my  windows Server SP2 operating System is 64bit and 16bit  programs will not be compatible with the operating system , there could be a problem with THUNKING from the ODBC side resulting in the Incorrect Conversion of the ASCII character set ?
 

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