Subject Re: [IBO] Initialization code for IBObjects
Author Steve Harp
--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...> wrote:
> At 12:49 AM 30/08/2005 +0000, you wrote:
> > > 3. In case the IBO element is coincidental, are you sure that the
> > > Microsoft C and C++ runtimes are installed on the problem servers?
> > >
> >Hi Helen,
> >
> >"don't run" means it never even flashes on the task bar. It never
> >shows up in processes under task manager.
> >
> >As I said the main form is created first in the dpr but it's OnCreate
> >method never fires (Application.CreateForm(TfrmMain, frmMain);).
> >
> >I'm not sure this is related to IBO. I just can't think of anything
> >else that's unique to these 2 applications.
> Nothing in the system logs?
> >There are no hard coded database paths. I don't know anything about
> >the use of MS C or C++ stuff; these are Delphi 7 apps.
> Needed by the client library. You should check that they are there
> (msvcrt.dll and msvcp60.dll).
> >Also, these applications are running on hundreds of computers so the
> >problem has to be machine specific. I just don't have a clue what to
> >look for.
> Are you sure it's not a permissions problem? Are users accessing
the exe
> locally? or from a network share? Have you attempted to run either
of the
> apps under the Administrator logon?
> Also test that the correct client library is (1) available on the
> local disk; (2) is in a path that is known to/available to the user
> (3) has the right name (gds32.dll by default unless you included a
> ib_sessionXXX unit as the first item in the DPR uses clause).
The user has administrative priveledge and the application is
accessing the Firebird server locally.

I'm checking the other stuff you suggested and will get back tomorrow.

Thanks for your help,