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Hi all,

I'm a developer on the database backend and need to figure out how to get a
c++ .net executable to run on a win2003 server. The executable transfers
data between oracla and sql server for datawarehousing . I dont know much
..net. It works fine on win2000 and my group has set up another win2000
server and migrated to that one OK. On the win2003 the error in the log file
is this :

ERROR: Run_Spec_ADO_Cu rs::get_curr: caught unknown excepti

Questions : Does the code need to be re-compiled for the migration to
win2003? Are there ADO components that might need to be installed on the
win2003? Are there known limitations when moving onto win2003

thanks in advance
Jul 21 '05 #1
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