• Subject: Re: VB & ADO don't seem to handle numeric fields
  • From: "Peter Dow" <pcdow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 07:04:33 -0800

Hi Gary,

Thanks Gary. Sounds like a possibility. How did you find which object
library was missing? When I look at Project References, all seems fine. Same
for Project Components.

Peter Dow
Dow Software Services, Inc.
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909 425-0196 fax


From: "Holliday, Gary" <Gary.Holliday@Smedleys.co.uk>
> I have had similar error messages from VB, and I traced them to missing
> object libraries, after much head scratching. One such error came up on
the
> CHR() function and when I removed a reference to a missing object library
it
> worked fine. It's possible that your problem is not in this actual line of
> code but somewhere else.

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