Visual Basic  6.0 - Compile Error - Soap Type Library v3.0

Posted on 2005-04-27
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I am trying to make a dll, but I continue to get a compile error. Can't find project or library.

Missing: Microsoft Soap Type Library v3.0

Where can I find the library to load on my pc so that I can try to compile the dll again?
Question by:techdl
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    I only have version 1 installed on my machine, but it is likely to be stored in the same location, which is:

    C:\Program Files\Common Files\MSSoap\Binaries\

    The file name for version 1 is mssoap1.dll, but it may have changed noticably for version 3.  If you go to the references screen and browse to the folder above, you should be able to find the appropriate file.

    If the file isnt there, you can download the files from Microsoft:
    NB: I have provided the Soap search rather than a direct link to the second item, as it seems as though it is no longer supported, and you may be better to find a replacement.

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