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Problem in RDO(Remote Data Object)

Posted on 2001-07-06
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I am doing one project for saving images in database by using RDO.I am using CHUNK method of RDO to save image in binary form.
my code is simple

Line No 1 : dim en as rdoEnvironment

Line No 2 : set en = rdoEnvironments(0)

But while running programme it shows me error for second line.
"ActiveX Control can not create object"

But it gives this error on some specific m/s.On some m/s it works fine.

I want What may be the resone for this error.

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by:Otana
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shouldn't you use:

set en=new rdoEnvironment first?
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Thanks
I got right answer
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