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ODBCCR32.DLL dependency to MFC42.DLL?? Why not MFC71.DLL?

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Hi everyone?

Got a question for ya: I´m wondering why my cursor library ( ODBCCR32.DLL ) is dependent upon MFC42.DLL and not MFC71.DLL, do I have the wrong version of ODBC-DLL´s?
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As I don´t wanna distribute MFC42.DLL with my appz.... it´s enough DLL´s to keep track of anyway  : )
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Both should be part of MS MDAC component. So when that component is installed it should work on the target PC. Or do you make any changes to those DLLs?
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They work but I wonder how come the dependency to MFC42.dll...

I haven´t made any changes....

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MDAC was developed with VC6 or equivalent. So they are linked to MFC42.dll.
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So there isn´t any new MDAC that are linked to MFC71.dll ? Strange...
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What would be the advantage of a recompilation? Older versions of windows might get into problems where it might still be used. Or you need to keep track of different versions. Feasible but not as easy.
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Ok...I see. Tnx for the help... It´s nice to get answer to your question as fast as this...save a lot of time thinking by yourself. Tnx...
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But knowledge builds up faster if a problem is solved by yourself. One has to find a good way to be fast and acquire knowledge as well.
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