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Using a delivered library produces error

Using a delivered library produces error in ObjectPAL topic (part of our Corel Paradox / ObjectPAL Coding group).

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gcorvera

Hi:

I am trying to use a delivered Library instead of the non-delivered file, it works perfectly in the non-delivered version, but if I specify the .ldl in the USES clause, I get "Error: This file does not have any symbol table information"

I actually tried specifying the .lsl file in the USES clause and then explicitly opening the .ldl in the Open() method and it will work, but If I need to distribute the .fsl is negates the purpose completely

Can anybody help me with this?

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Daniel Fought

The uses clause must reference the .lsl.  That said. the .lsl only needs to be present until the file that is referencing the .lsl file has been complied.  The form will correctly run in both the undelivered and delivered form.  Note that the .ldl does still need to be present.

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Got it. Thanks.

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