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pdssql.dll SQL needed

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I installed a  VB6 / SQL /Crstal  application   in a computer running Windows Server 2003 and when I try to print a Crystal report I got the message pdssql.dll required. I have searched dll library and I can not find this dll. Anyone knows where can I get this dll.  
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You need to install it when you install the application in the server.

YOu can find it on the development machine.  It may be named pd2sql.dll

PDS - 16 bit version
PD2 - 32 bit version.

Crystal didn't change the error messages to reflect the change in dlls.

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I still cant find it,  the name of the dll could be  p2ssql ??
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Yes.  Sorry my memory of the naming convention is wrong.  Been too long since CR7 which had the 16 bit version.

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