Embed dbx 4.0 driver into EXE

Postby gb » Mon 08 Sep 2008 11:30

Hi,

Another month has gone. Has it been any development on this? An update on what issues remain for solving would be appreciated.

Thank you.
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Postby gb » Wed 08 Oct 2008 12:01

Hi,

Again... another month has gone without further notices.
It seems as if there is an elephant in the room that everybody is ignoring.
This is a serious issue and a show stopper for me - and I would guess to a lot of other customers - this issue alone has more than the double of views than it's second closest.

Has it been *any* second look on this for the past couple of months? Problems usually don't vanish by themselves, they just tend to escalate.

Please advise if is there's been any progress or it is a dead end without any foreseeable resolution.

Thanks.
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Postby Plash » Thu 09 Oct 2008 09:17

We'll take a second look on this problem and notify you about the result.
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Postby gb » Thu 09 Oct 2008 12:56

Thank you Plash.

Really appreciate it.
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Postby gb » Thu 05 Feb 2009 12:47

Plash,

Has it been any development on this?

The last version that I can download is 4.20.11 from last August. Does the latest 4.40.14 bring any hope with it?

On another matter, my developer license will expire at the end of this month. Does it only provide access up to 4.20 versions or 4.40 is still kind of beta and related to RAD 2009 and therefore out of the scope of my currently still valid license?

Thank you

GB
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Postby gb » Mon 16 Feb 2009 10:05

gb wrote:On another matter, my developer license will expire at the end of this month. Does it only provide access up to 4.20 versions or 4.40 is still kind of beta and related to RAD 2009 and therefore out of the scope of my currently still valid license?


Ok, this specific section has been sorted. It happens that a prior notification email has been left trapped on the spam filter.
:oops:
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Postby Plash » Wed 18 Feb 2009 13:56

We have analyzed the problem, and have come to a conclusion that embedding the driver to C++Builder application cannot be implemented because there are serious problems.

But you can compile your appication without Direct mode support (use NONET define instead of NET).
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Postby gb » Thu 19 Feb 2009 10:42

Even with conditional defines as:
LITE;DBX40;NONET

I'm still getting
[Linker Fatal Error] Unable to open file 'ORANET.OBJ'

Maybe a better workaround would be just to make a static lib instead (through a *delphi* BPL - with "Generate C++ object files" option), and add an explicit HPPEMIT on DbxOdaDriverLoader.pas to issue the needed "pragma link" and pragma comment(lib,"...") clauses. It may even works, no? :idea:
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