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Typelib error with DCOM

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I am developping a multi-tiered client/server application in Delphi 3.0. The client side is an ActiveX that run on Internet Explorer 3.x. All is fine when the server run form the development computer (with D3 installed). But when i install the server on a new machine with SQL links BDE, DCOM configured correctly, I got a "error loading type library/DLL" on the client side. The only difference I see is that D3 is not installed on the server side.

Help needed please.
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Did you run the program on the new server macine with the  /regserver switch from Start RUN?

See Mario Cantu's Book, Mastering Delphi 3, Sybex publishing, ISBN 0-7821-2052-0, page 1039.

Harry
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