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alot of Undeclared identifier

Posted on 2012-04-04
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As you can see in the attached picture I have alot of undeclared identifer, but I have no problem to run my application.

What I know is that these are using the ActiveDs_TLB and AdsHlp. But I have them in the "uses" in the start of my code.

But how do I get rid of them?
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Add the Unit before the identifiers, example:

ActiveDs_TLB.IADsContainer or AdsHlp.IADsContainer
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Try to add path where component source is in search path (Tools/Options/Library/Library path) and do build all.
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