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Link error : Duplicate symbol

Link error : Duplicate symbol

Link error : Duplicate symbol

I converted my clarion app to 6.1 enterprise, and when i compile i get these errors:

(appname.MAP 1,1)Link Error: Duplicate Symbol Asc$DrvReg
(appname.MAP 2,1)Link Error: Duplicate Symbol ASCII

Help please!!!!!

RE: Link error : Duplicate symbol


Looks like you have used the word ASCII as a variable or something else. ASCII is a reserved word as it is the name for the ASCII database driver.


RE: Link error : Duplicate symbol

Thanks ShankarJ
But i also noticed the application when im compiling looks for
C4ascx.dll and C4basx.dll
whereas the app is now in clarion 6.1 from clarion 4, cld this be the cause of conflict btwn
c6ascx.dll and c6basx.dll

Also before convertiing to clarion 6, the app in clarion 4 was using Topspeed DB, but now i want it to use MSSQL

cld the conflict also emanate from the MSSQL driver

RE: Link error : Duplicate symbol


Check your project and delete all references to C4*.lib. Generate your source again and compile. If the C4*.lib reappear in the project as "Resources", it means you have a template adding this to the project. You may have to find that out manually.


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