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Old October 1st, 2003, 10:14 AM
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Default Run-time eror 430 Class does not support Automatio

Hi guys, I need help on this. When the program starts, everything is running smooth except when I ran it onto a test server; it occurs when it's going to start using a stored procedure. I was Using a command and parameter declared as ADODB.Command and ADODB.Parameter respectively. Was it because of its dependencies? Can I just moved the .dll files to another and just register them with regsvr32? Please help guyes! Thanks a lot.

Old October 3rd, 2003, 04:16 PM
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Please be more clear about the complete problem. I am not sure qhet you are refering to test server.
is this an application fron end that you moved to a test server or a stored procedure or what. Or is this a DLL issue? ADO/DAO issue?
Please provide more clear details and someone will be happy to help


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