Subject RE: [IBO] tOboDataBase Class Not Found
Author Jack Cane
OK, have followed your instructions. On the component palette I see iboCore,
iboAccess, iboTools and iboInternet. Under Component | Install Packages I
see IB Objects Core Components, Internet Extensions, Native Data Access
Components, TDataset Internet Extensions and Tools Components. Does that
appear correct? I do not see the TIBODatabase and TIBOQuery component icons.
Under which pallet tab should I see those?

Have not yet opened the form that requires these items. Need to install
another package first. Will let you know results when done.

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf
Of Helen Borrie
Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2005 2:15 AM
Subject: RE: [IBO] tOboDataBase Class Not Found

At 11:41 PM 24/09/2005 -0400, you wrote:

>Got if from


At last...

OK, then I recommend that you start over.

Do a total cleanup - and I mean searching your disk for everything starting

with IB_ or IBO and deleting them.

Run the uninstaller applet from Add/Remove Programs (Control Panel). This

will clear out the garbage from the MSI database but unfortunately it won't

do anything else; but the installer will probably barf if you don't do this.

Remove all of the IBO packages from Delphi, using Components>Install. I

mean, really REMOVE them, don't just disable them.

Do the same thing for whatever root dir you are going to use for

IBO. Delete it entirely.

Then, set up ALL of your paths, both as living, existing, empty directories

AND in the Delphi environment editor *before* you begin. It is *not*

enough to rely on the installer to create them for you. Also make sure that

the directory $DELPHI\Projects\BPL exists. If not, create it.

Then, exit from Delphi (wait for it to disappear from the Task Bar); then

run the installer without Delphi running.

Yes, I know it's not supposed to be this way. But no, there's not a high

chance that the Eval version will install properly if you don't take care

of this.



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