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DBX30.DCP missing from D3 Pro

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This file should be found in /LIB directory, as in C/S suite, but it's not. As a result any Package that requires DCLDB30 will not compile with the error: required DBX30.DPK is not found. This apply to TeeChart 3.0 and to RX 2.31 and many others, that try to use the property editors in DCLDB30. How could I Install Packages that makes use of DCLDB30 in its requires clause? Is there any work around this problem? Is there any place in where I can find the missing DBX30.DCP?
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ygolan earned 150 total points
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Walter,

This is a known D3 Pro bug, you cannot build applications that "require" DCLDB30.DPL until Borland provides a fix for this.
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by:WalterC
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ygolan:
If I have access to the DBX30.DCP from a C/S suite, and put it in my \LIB directory, will the 3.0 Pro start to work properly?
Thanks for the support...
Regards
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Walter,

Yes, this should work.

Yaniv

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