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foxpro 0: Class definition MSXML2.DOMDOCUMENT.4.0 is not found

Posted on 2011-02-19
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I received this error on a Visual Foxpro 9 installation on Windows 7.  I found the update and fixed the problem, but why did this show up?  I've installed VFP 9 in the past without this error (Windows XP, Vista).  What does it affect?  Does it have any impact on regular database activities or basic programs you run in VFP?  I assume it only involves XML, which I don't use.

If you don't apply the update, does it only show-up if you use the Project Manager?

Appreciate any back ground I can get on this.  I want to understand this issue better.
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This is a Microsoft driver to read and write from XML files. If you are not doing that then you need not worry about it.
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It also downloads with other software maybe Office. I am not sure. Maybe you have an updated version.

Or maybe it needs this driver to complete installation. I think VFP 9 installer should check for these things before it installs itself.
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Thanks so much.  It's just odd for this to pop up after having installed vfp over the years without seeing it.  Sure appreciate your help.
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