OK, I have made a small exe file and am trying to use it on computers other than my development box. I am receiving several run-time errors. Most of them seem to be missing DLL's. I am finding the DLL's I need one at a time right now and this is a vary tedious (and frustrating) process to say the least. Is there some way to find out what DLL's I need to make sure I have included in some sort of installer program (that is my next task, to get an installer!)???
Also, to this point I have been able to install the DLL's manually as I run into them, to a point. However, When I try to run the VB5DB.DLL (using the regsvr32 command) I get the following error:
C:\WINNT\system\VB5DB.DLL was loaded, but the DllRegisterServer entry point was not found. DllRegisterServer may not be exported, or a corrupt version of C:\WINNT\system\VB5DB.DLL may be in memory. Consider using PView to detect and remove it.
I am using:
Developing on Windows XP Pro
Using the application on Windows 2000 Pro
DAO controls with an Access 97 database file