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ODE 97 Service Pack 1

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Have just begun to use the ODE 97 package to generate run-time versions of systems, but continually keep getting an error message to the effect "No current record" during the CREATE SETUP DISKS stage. Found a Service Pack 2 and applied it. It gets a little further (has trouble finding file MSVCRT20.dll) but then again comes up with the original error. Have searched MS Knowledge base for a "Service Pack 1" but no luck.

Does anyone know where (or if) this SP 1 exists ?
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I learned this the hard way but you can't be in (joined) the .mdw file you are using in your in you runtime files. Copy and paste it to another Folder and then join it. Then use the other one as your workgroup file in your .mde
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