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Thread: XE4 ClientDataSet


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Permlink Replies: 2 - Last Post: Sep 9, 2014 12:51 PM Last Post By: Bruce Eglington
Behrooz Rabbiei

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XE4 ClientDataSet  
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  Posted: Jul 2, 2014 2:06 AM
Hi.
I'm writing a program in XE4 and the Exe file was running on XP or 7. But when I added a ClientDataSet to the form, the Exe file is running only on the computer taht the XE4 is installed on. In the other computers an Access violation error appears and program is not running.
This not due to the MIDAS.DLL file.

Thanks for any suggestions.
B.R.
Jason Sweby

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Re: XE4 ClientDataSet  
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  Posted: Jul 2, 2014 3:06 AM   in response to: Behrooz Rabbiei in response to: Behrooz Rabbiei
Behrooz Rabbiei wrote:
This not due to the MIDAS.DLL file.

Why do you say it isn't due to midas.dll? It's sounding pretty likely if the errors started occurring after you added a TClientDataSet.
Bruce Eglington

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Re: XE4 ClientDataSet  
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  Posted: Sep 9, 2014 12:51 PM   in response to: Behrooz Rabbiei in response to: Behrooz Rabbiei
Hello Behrooz,

do you have midaslib included in the uses clause? If not, I suggest that
you do so as your problem may relate to incompatible or missing midas.dll
file. With midaslib in the uses section you no longer need to worry about
deploying the dll.

Bruce


Hi.

I'm writing a program in XE4 and the Exe file was running on XP or 7.
But when I added a ClientDataSet to the form, the Exe file is running
only on the computer taht the XE4 is installed on. In the other
computers an Access violation error appears and program is not
running.

This not due to the MIDAS.DLL file.

Thanks for any suggestions.
B.R.
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