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Using BDE32 connect to Oracle DB

By fattung ·
I am currently using an interface build on BDE32 named Database Engine Wrapper (DEW) to access to oracle DB.

Here's the problem:
I made some changes to an example program from the DEW and it works fine.
Now I copy and pasted the program and create a new project with it. I added the necessary project path and the 2 libraries (idaph32.lib and dew32.lib). It compiled and linked fine but when I run it, an access violation error occur and terminated the program.

The program does work in theother project, what can the problem be that after I create a new project with it I got the access violation error?

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by Albert Franco II In reply to Using BDE32 connect to Or ...

An Access Violation occurs when the program attempts to access memory that is not assigned. In other words, some object is being called before it has been created.

You say that you've made changes in the example program. In what language? Are you using Brian Bushs C++ component? This information is important in order to take a guess at which object is causing the problem.

Write me directly at apf2.ihatespam@apf2.com.
Make sure to take out the commentary...

Al Franco, II
APF Creations
Pamplona, Spain

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