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Multiple SQL Execution with XP using VB6 Problem

My DLL object has Multiple Execution Method for SQL Statments, all you have to do is to feed it with 5 SQL Statments and it will only save if all run perfectly, otherwise it will rollback. The DLL also includes other methods like the connection itself , updating 1 table, running 1 sql statement...etc.

I use Visual Basic 6 on WinXP the Multiple Execution Method CRASHES giving no error number or nothing...why ?? although it is working perfectly on Windows 2000 pro.

PLEASE HELP!!!!

Thanks
Yomon
May 27 '06 #1
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My DLL object has Multiple Execution Method for SQL Statments, all you have to do is to feed it with 5 SQL Statments and it will only save if all run perfectly, otherwise it will rollback. The DLL also includes other methods like the connection itself , updating 1 table, running 1 sql statement...etc.

I use Visual Basic 6 on WinXP the Multiple Execution Method CRASHES giving no error number or nothing...why ?? although it is working perfectly on Windows 2000 pro.

PLEASE HELP!!!!

Thanks
Yomon

I think i was to specific in describing my problem :) here it goes again:
I have a custom made DLL that is not working on WinXP but working perfectly on Win2000...calling SQL statements using this DLL in Win2000 works perfectly...but in XP it fails to run.

I hope you can help.
May 28 '06 #2

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