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My application uses Borland C++ builder 3.0 and Quick reports 2.0. recently i upgraded to 3.0 and build the application. While running it i got an error messagebox titled <my app title> "Entry point not found". The message is "The procedure entry point @Qr2const@initialisation$qqrv could not be located in the dynamic link library qrptc43.bpl" I had ensured that the new quick reports libraries are in the runtile libraries path.. Where am i wrong? Please assist as  early as possible

Thanks in advance.
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by:AlexVirochovsky
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Look for multiple .bpl files. In most cases your project still points to
your old bpl while updates are in your new bpl-file. So the entry-point
isn't found in your old bpl because it just isn't there. Take a look at your
project directories and i'm sure you will find the problem.


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by:karthik1979
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I had checked it out..but still the same problem persists...:-(
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Check out creation's time of "qrptc43.bpl" .
Is this file belongs to 3-d version?
This is easy detect by creation's time:
usually all new files are same time.
If it is old(as I think), simple try install
3-d version again.
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I recompiled the 2 bpk files in the qrdsgn2 dir and it worked fine..thanks.
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