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Rlink32 error using ADO connection component,  opening  *.DFM

Posted on 2002-06-01
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I am using Delphi 6 Pro, utilizing ADO to access an MS Access database. When I use the connection string from the ADO table, I get a good connection and all works fine. However, if I use the ADO connection component, and set the ADO Table connection property to that component, I still make connection but when I try to compile I get the error, "RLink 32 : Error opening File Unit1.DFM". If I remove the ADO connection component and connect the table directly again, the error goes away. I have tried this on 2 different systems, several times, starting from scratch, and it happens every time. I should also add, after I get the RLink error, I immediately get this error: "Invalid Enum Value". Does this perhaps refer to an invalid property in the ADO Connection component? I have changed the value of various properties, but haven't found the answer.
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The "RLink 32" error seems to just occur sometimes in Delphi.  I've experienced this same problem on many occassions, and a lot of them had nothing to do with ADO.

Usually it is just a matter of closing Delphi, and reopening then everything works.

If however this problem persists, and is reasonably easy to duplicate, I would strongly suggest that you raise it with Borland.
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