Windows 7 64bit and DbxIda 2.50.20 - [DCC Fatal Error]

Windows 7 64bit and DbxIda 2.50.20 - [DCC Fatal Error]

Postby Beluco » Sat 30 Jan 2010 16:51

Building project, breaks in this message:

[DCC Fatal Error] DBXDevartInterBase.pas(84): F2039 Could not create output file 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Devart\DbxIda\Source\DBXDevartInterBase.dcu'.

All new from scratch. Computer with windows 7 64, D2009 and DbxIda 2:50:20. However, the same installation on windows XP, works normally.
Any ideas?
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Postby Dimon » Mon 01 Feb 2010 15:13

This problem is arised because this directory is read-only.
To solve the problem remove the read-only attribute for this directory.
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Postby Beluco » Tue 02 Feb 2010 19:37

Ok, you're right. It worked.
Thank you very much.
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Postby Beluco » Sat 06 Feb 2010 03:48

A new question in the same event:
A small network with 4 computers: a win32 XP Home SP3, two win32 XP PRO SP3 and a win64 7 ULTIMATE.
If the server is hosted in XP, the network works normal,
If the server is on win64 7, the departures of coneccções XP PRO working properly, but since XP home, the connection is complete, however, does not turn the tables (when you try to open them).
However, with the IBExpert, access is full.
Note: Among the attempts, and reformatted reinstelei XP Home and nothing has changed.
Any ideas?
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Postby Plash » Mon 08 Feb 2010 09:29

What error do you have when opening tables?
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Postby Beluco » Mon 08 Feb 2010 11:24

Excuse me for forgetting to inform the message.
"Error loading midas.dll."
I have a midas.dll the same folder as the executable and one in "\ windows \ system32".

Complementing ... added a copy of Win XP Pro (in dual boot), with everything exactly the same. So I could test on the same machine the behavior of Win Home and PRO. The Win PRO run normally (not complain of midas.dll).
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Postby Plash » Tue 09 Feb 2010 10:48

Maybe Windows XP Home does not have some components required by midas.dll.
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Postby Beluco » Fri 12 Feb 2010 00:48

As I said at the beginning, XP Home has always been part of this small network, has always worked well (as both client and server both).
Now, with Win7 (64bit) and server is that XP Home does not work like Clint.
But the reverse, used XP home as the server, the Win 7 normally enter as a customer.
However, the intention is to use the Win 7 as a server
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Postby Dimon » Mon 15 Feb 2010 10:02

Please try to use the standard dbExpress driver to connect to Win 7 server and check if the problem still persists.
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Postby Beluco » Tue 16 Feb 2010 14:48

Resolved.
Excuse me for using this space. But is that really had not occurred to me of any need to register midas.dll. In this case, the record was required only in a computer (with Win XP HOME).
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Postby Dimon » Tue 16 Feb 2010 15:31

I am happy that this problem has been solved.
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