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I am experiencing a problem when I run my visual basic database
program on windows 2000.

The error message states "activex components can not create an
object", I have installed mdac_typ 2.8 and reinstalled visual studio
2000 on my computer, but I still get he smae error message when I run
the project.

has anyone experienced a similar problem and have found a solution?
Will appreciate if I can hear from you.
Nov 23 '05 #1
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Bob Ghodsi wrote:
I am experiencing a problem when I run my visual basic database
program on windows 2000.

The error message states "activex components can not create an
object", I have installed mdac_typ 2.8 and reinstalled visual studio
2000 on my computer, but I still get he smae error message when I run
the project.

has anyone experienced a similar problem and have found a solution?
Will appreciate if I can hear from you.


I suspect you may have the wrong list. Are you accessing Postgres
through VB? If so, you should provide more details on the client
library in use.

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Bill Moran
Potential Technologies
http://www.potentialtech.com
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Nov 23 '05 #2

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Bob Ghodsi wrote:
I am experiencing a problem when I run my visual basic database
program on windows 2000.

The error message states "activex components can not create an
object", I have installed mdac_typ 2.8 and reinstalled visual studio
2000 on my computer, but I still get he smae error message when I run
the project.

has anyone experienced a similar problem and have found a solution?
Will appreciate if I can hear from you.


I suspect you may have the wrong list. Are you accessing Postgres
through VB? If so, you should provide more details on the client
library in use.

--
Bill Moran
Potential Technologies
http://www.potentialtech.com
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