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20532 Missing database dll

20532 Missing database dll

20532 Missing database dll

I receive the error "20532 - Missing database dll" on the .action in the code below. The code works fine on the development machine, and on one other. When I load it on the 3rd machine I get the error. I've researched this and all articles I've found point to msvcp60.dll and crpe32.dll not being in the distribution package. They are both there. Any suggestions?

   With Form1.Crystal1
        .DataFiles(0) = "c:\program files\dc analysis reports\results.mdb"
        .ReportFileName = "c:\program files\dc analysis reports\proglist.rpt"
        .DiscardSavedData = True
        If intDestination = 0 Then
            .WindowTitle = "Programmer Checklist"
            .WindowState = crptMaximized
            .WindowHeight = 850
            .WindowWidth = 1000
            .WindowTop = 0
            .WindowLeft = 0
            .Destination = crptToWindow
            .Action = 1
        ElseIf intDestination = 1 Then
            .Destination = crptToPrinter
        End If
    End With

RE: 20532 Missing database dll

Is everything registered properly (DLL's)?

What products are you using?

There are numerous articls on the CD KB about this sort of thing, but it's version and database specific

This is a Seagate Info forum, and it sounds like you might be using VB and Crystal Reports. Since this forum sees less action than the Crystal Decisions: Crystal Reports 3 Integrate forum, I'd try posting there, and supply specifics about your environment.

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