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Which dll do i need to use for the sap bapi control?

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I am using the SAP BAPI control like this at the moment:
Set oBAPICtrl = CreateObject("SAP.BAPI.1")

But in stead of using createobject i want to make a reference to the dll in VB6.
That way i can make use of vb6 intellisense.

But which dll do i need to make a reference to?
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Search your computer for wdobapi.ocx
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Thanks c0ldfyr3 !

Next i want to be able to print the content of the oPartners and the oHeader collection before i pass them to the CreateFromData method. Im going to ask a new question. I hope youre there with me too.
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To be honest google answered your question ;)
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