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Problems with a JET-ODBC-Connection and Access97-Runtime

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Andreas Lauffer, Nov 17, 2005.

  1. Andreas Lauffer

    Andreas Lauffer
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    I have a very strange problem with a JET-ODBC-Connection.
    Using Access97-Runtime, we connect the table with a
    DSN-less-ODBC-Connection to SQLServer 2000 SP3.
    The Application runs on a Windows Server 2003 Terminal-Server with
    CITRIX Metaframe.
    Office 2003 is also installed (no Access2003)
    And now the problem:
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    When our application is installed anew, the ODBC-Connection works fine.
    When I start any Office2003-Application like Winword, the system files
    MSJINT35.DLL and MSJTER35.DLL are changed. (I used ashampoo Uninstaller
    Suite to check this issue).
    Afterwards, our Application doesn't run anymore, the Application quits
    without any error.
    If I copy the MSJINT35.DLL anew from the install-directory, our
    application runs again correctly.
    The strange thing is, that the "changed" MSJINT35.DLL is exactly the
    same as the original file. Version, Metadata, Language, Filesize, and
    even a Hex-based-compare result that the files are identically.
    Nevertheless, a copy of the file into system32 is a workaround to fix
    the problem for a few hours.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Does anyone has any idea? PLEASE HELP!
     
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  3. Ron Hinds

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    How are you installing the app? I use Wise Install Builder, which installs
    the Access 97 runtime into it's own folder - C:\Program Files\Access 97
    Runtime. It installs the DLLs in question into that folder, too. The reason
    being - when an app looks for DLL's it starts with the folder the app
    started in, then looks in the folders in the PATH environment variable (e.g.
    System32). You could probably solve your problem by having your installer
    put the DLLs in question into the Runtime folder.

    "Andreas Lauffer" <alweb01@online.de> wrote in message
    news:1132133394.166634.268470@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
    > I have a very strange problem with a JET-ODBC-Connection.
    > Using Access97-Runtime, we connect the table with a
    > DSN-less-ODBC-Connection to SQLServer 2000 SP3.
    > The Application runs on a Windows Server 2003 Terminal-Server with
    > CITRIX Metaframe.
    > Office 2003 is also installed (no Access2003)
    > And now the problem:
    > -------------------------------------------------------
    > When our application is installed anew, the ODBC-Connection works fine.
    > When I start any Office2003-Application like Winword, the system files
    > MSJINT35.DLL and MSJTER35.DLL are changed. (I used ashampoo Uninstaller
    > Suite to check this issue).
    > Afterwards, our Application doesn't run anymore, the Application quits
    > without any error.
    > If I copy the MSJINT35.DLL anew from the install-directory, our
    > application runs again correctly.
    > The strange thing is, that the "changed" MSJINT35.DLL is exactly the
    > same as the original file. Version, Metadata, Language, Filesize, and
    > even a Hex-based-compare result that the files are identically.
    > Nevertheless, a copy of the file into system32 is a workaround to fix
    > the problem for a few hours.
    > ---------------------------------------------------------
    > Does anyone has any idea? PLEASE HELP!
    >
     

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