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Hi guys.

I am learning to use VB on the Windows CE platform. I am trying to connect to a database and read / write values. In the Emulator on my desktop, I can do this no problem, but when I copy this program to the pocket pc I get an error, can't create object. I guess this is in reference to the ADO dll.

Do I need to copy this DLL to the pocket PC, and if so, how do I register it. I'm not sure if I've given you enough info on the problem, I just don't know enough yet to know if I need to tell you more, but if so, please ask.

Thanks,
John
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May be you need to download this and install in your Pocket PC first
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Hi Eddy

I had a look there, thanks, but I'm not quite sure what I'm looking for. As I said, I'm really new to this.

Thanks again
John
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Ps. Do I need to register the files on the Pocket PC or does it do that as part of an installation?
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