Subject Re: [ib-support] Digest Number 225
Author lobolo2000
Did you check the case of the entry_point characters (function name)? it has
to be exactly as it is defined in the UDF. Any mismatch in the case of a
single character will give an error similar to the one you describe.
And note that interbase will happily accept a non existent udf when you
declare it. It is only when you use it that it raises an error.


----- Original Message -----
Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2001 09:15:48 -0000
From: rsaeger.edv@...
Subject: Re: FreeUDFLib

--- In ib-support@y..., Lester Caine <lester@l...> wrote:
> If you can see the functions in IB_WISQL, and the parameters
> are right, then it can only be that it is not finding the
> right .dll - IB_WISQL gives the exact name it is looking
> for.
Yes, I think so. But the ib_udf.dll works fine.

> I found that adding the following line to 'ibconfig' in the
> Interbase directory helped as it tells the server exactly
> where to find it
> Use your own path name, I put Interbase in its own root.
I'm sorry, it doesn't help.

Thank you anyway.


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