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SQLXMLOLEDB / SQLOLEDB - Versions and updates

Posted on 2003-11-17
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Hi again

how do I know what version of OLEDB I have? I'm trying to use a provider SQLXMLOLEDB 3.0 , but my program doesn't recognize it, where do I go to the the update? Searching Microsoft.com returned no result with a download. I'm using a trial-version of SQL Server 2000.

cheers,

henrik
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For using SQLXMLOLEDB 3.0, you must first install it on your SQL-Server.
Did you installed the XML-Package for SQL 2K?

You can find it here:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=4C8033A9-CF10-4E22-8004-477098A407AC&displaylang=en
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Ah, great minds think alike.

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