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Microsoft XML v4 requires which DLL or OCX to run

Posted on 2004-08-04
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Hi There,

I was just wondering what DLL or OCX is requred for me to use Microsoft XML v4.0 in my VB application.
I need to know really urgently, so its a 500-er.

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Official Microsoft site including link to MSXML 4.0 SDK documentation:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml/
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>>what DLL or OCX is requred
They have to install the entire "shebang" I believe. jaime_olivares has provided links to where they can do such.
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Interesting, I would have thought this would have been included in Internet Explorer or such.
I have built and application that will requre this parser, and a client of mine is having some really strange errors, that I think are XML related...

Do you guys know of a way to test if this isn't installed [that a layman can do]
i'd like to get my client to be able to test her computer to see if it is because she doen't have these librarys installed.
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