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"Cannot find Database Dll " error

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I'm using Crystal Report 8.5 ocx in my program but when I try to use it on any computer except for mine, I get an error:"Cannot find Database Dll"

I've used Installshield Pro6.3 and WI 2 but with both of them I still receive that error.

It seams that some dll or file is not getting in the run-time package...

PLEASE HELP ME! I'M GETTING CRAZY LOOKING FOR A SOLUTION

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by:Otana
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copy the dll manually, or make a patch program for it.
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by:DreamMaster
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Have you found out what DLL is missing? If so just copy it and register it manually without the Installshield or WI program....

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by:macob
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I dont know what dll is.... I just receive that error
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I get it by myself
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Ok...so neither Otana or I helped you at all?

If that is the case ask Community Support to have this question deleted and your points refunded to you...

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by:macob
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OK, the file was p2bdao.dll

Thanks anyway
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by:tamnt2000
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Hello Macob!
I have the same error with you, but i have a tool in Crystal Report named "Crystal Distributed Wizard". After using that tool it made a setup file included all related DLL, EXE files for you. In that way you can see where it shoul be installed in the PC client. Please give me your address then i will send that file for you. May be it helps you to solve your prolem.

Best Regard.

TamNT
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