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Hi all,

I need to use FDF with Windows NT and IIS, so I commented it in in the php.ini. But when a PHP-Script runs, the error "Unable to load dynamic library "C:\php\extensions\php_fdf.dll" - The specific module could not be found." appears.
The Path is right an the File is there. There are some more DLLs in the Folder C:\PHP\dlls ... the extensions without additional DLLs in this folder works fine.
Foget to add a Path?
Any suggestions???

PHP-Version 4.0.6
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Question by:nobbs
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by:us111
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check the extension path.
maybe replace \ by \\
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by:cynicz
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php_fdf.dll needs fdftk.dll (which can be found in the dlls/ directory in the zip). Copy it somewhere in your path, and all should be well.
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by:nobbs
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The DLL's are right in the Place.
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by:cynicz
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what does it mean? is fdftk.dll in system32/ ?
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by:nobbs
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I've installed the Big PHP-Package with more Plug-In's, also FDF-Support. The default installation copies the fdftk.dll is in the C:\php\dll Folder... i also tried to copy it to extensions and system etc...
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cynicz earned 300 total points
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the libraries in php/dll need to go somewhere in your path.

a) check whether c:\php\dlls\ is in your %PATH%
b) move fdftk.dll etc. somewhere in your %PATH%

and then restart IIS. if you modify %PATH% you'll need to restart the computer, not only IIS
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