Runing DAO DLL in non-MFC application

Runing DAO DLL in non-MFC application

Post by Mark Jarma » Tue, 19 Jan 1999 04:00:00

I've (finally) created a small sample DLL which uses DAO objects in VC5. I
can call it from a small application written also in VC5, but when I call it
from a third party application (Toolbook 6.2 in this case), the DLL causes
exception errors.

I've had no problems calling other DLLs from toolbook in the past. I am just
wondering if there is anything extra that I need to do to get the DAO DLL to
work on non-VC applications. (The DAO SDK has been installed on the
computer, but do I need to explicitly link/call the library DLLs from within


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Hello All,

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I have used DBF files before but i need to switch to .MDB files

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the MFC classes !!)

I hope somebody can help me with this..
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