Cheers for the replies. Still having difficulty getting the file though.
Found SP1 for SQL Server 7.0 and unpacked the file SQL70SP1.EXE to a
directory. Then searching through the extracted files I found a file called
SQLREDIS.EXE. Tried installing that and it didn't provide me with the file.
Also ran it with /T and /C options to get a look at the files being
Is it just simply a case of copying NTWDBLIB.DLL manually from one machine
to the next. I noticed that NTWDBLIB.DLL is infact located in the directory
\SP1\X86\SYSTEM - SP1 being the directory created when I ran SQL70SP1.EXE.
Thanks in advance for any info
> I have setup a new test pc with my applications to test against our SQL
> Server 7. When I run my program it tells me NTWDBLIB.DLL could no be
> It exists on my development machine so I've copied it to the test machine
> and it all works.
> Where did this DLL come from in the first place ? I've tried the Microsoft
> Data Access Components, but that didn't install it.
> Would like to know as I will have to build it into my installation
> Also - is it free to distribute.
> many thanks