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PSQLBCP.DLL on WinNT 4.0 TS

PSQLBCP.DLL on WinNT 4.0 TS

PSQLBCP.DLL on WinNT 4.0 TS

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Does anyone know how to register PSQLBCP.DLL on WinNT 4.0 TS? I've tried regsvr32 and just applying relevant registry keys from another machine. Nothing works.

Thanks

RE: PSQLBCP.DLL on WinNT 4.0 TS

psqlbcp.dll is the Base Content Provider for the Pervasive Control Center and should be registered during installation. In addition, you should be using Pervasive.SQL 2000i or SP3 on Terminal Server because it is the first version that is fully tested and supported by Pervasive in that environment and has many updates to allow it to run properly in TS installations. You also might try checking the Pervasive Knowledge Base at www.pervasive.com - http://support.pervasive.com/esupport/

I found this article on pssqlbcp.dll there.

http://support.pervasive.com/esupport/publisher.asp?id=33112a7f-d518-11d4-b21a-00508b5d6b61&resource=&number=0&isExternal=0

You should also consider contacting Pervasive Support as they can certainly help you and the support should be complimentary if you have a registered product and haven't already used the 30-day of Installation and Configuration support.

Regards,
Pervasivite

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