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Dependency files fro ODBC32.dll

Posted on 1998-07-30
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While preparing a dependency file for an Activexexe server component which uses Remote Data Object(RDO),i get a warning "dependency file for odbc32.dll not found" Where can i get the required dependency file?
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chabaud earned 20 total points
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Use the "Dependency Walker" you can found into the win98 CD.

ODBC32.DLL
+MSVCRT40.DLL
+COMCTL32.DLL
+SHELL32.DLL
+KERNEL32.DLL
+ADVAPI32.DLL
+USER32.DLL
+COMDLG32.DLL
+VERSION.DLL
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by:chitnis
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As i am working on windows95,your solution is not of much help to me.But still thank u for the same.Meanwhile i have found some tips from microsoft support online help and will let u know the exact solution as soon as i get it.
  Bye for now.
  Vinay Chitnis
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