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Error Subcode: 1015 [RDD not found]

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1 week 3 days ago #1 by Dick
Dick created the topic: Error Subcode: 1015 [RDD not found]
After running the part of our converted VO->WPF project where it should open a DBF file, we get this error:
Vulcan.NET Runtime Error

Error Code: 1 [Argument error]
Error Subcode: 1015 [RDD not found]
Subsystem: DBCMD
Function: INIT
Argument 3: rddName
Argument(s):
1: ""DBFCDX"" (STRING)

on this statement:

oOmschrijf := DBServer{"C:\OurWorkDir\OurDBF.dbf",true,,"DBFCDX"}

In the directory the file exists, can be opened with our VO browser dbv, and all Redist content of Vulcan is present in this directory.

What could cause this?

Dick

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1 week 3 days ago #2 by Wolfgang Riedmann
Wolfgang Riedmann replied the topic: Error Subcode: 1015 [RDD not found]
Hi Dick,

do you have all needed files in the program directory? For the DBFCDX RDD the following files should be needed:
VulcanVORDDClasses.dll
VulcanDBFCDX.dll
VulcanDBFFPT.dll
VulcanRDD.dll

In my WPF applications DBF access works, even in my sample for Cologne (where I show how to use DBF data in a WPF MVVM application).

Wolfgang

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1 week 3 days ago #3 by Jelle
Jelle replied the topic: Error Subcode: 1015 [RDD not found]
Yes Wolfgang we double checked and it turns out we somehow moved a version back, we had version 4 before and after double checking, we had version 3. Somehow we must have taken the wrong DLL's in the process of moving from converted VO to WPF .
With the version 4 DLL's the statement works again:
oOmschrijf := DBServer{"C:\OurWorkDir\OurDBF.dbf",true,,"DBFCDX"}

Thanks for the help!

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1 week 3 days ago #4 by Wolfgang Riedmann
Wolfgang Riedmann replied the topic: Error Subcode: 1015 [RDD not found]
Hi Jelle,

why do you moved back to the V3 DLLs? Was it an ADS problem?

Wolfgang

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1 week 3 days ago #5 by Dick
Dick replied the topic: Error Subcode: 1015 [RDD not found]
Hello Wolfgang,

Replying on Jelle's behalf: Earlier Chris mentioned that the DLL's and RDD's were not really different from version 3; work on Vulcan 4 was mostly getting it running in VS 2015.

I thought it is safer to use Vulcan 3 DLL's.

I wonder if it is somehow possible to have more information of the cause of the error. Instead of "RDD not found" it would be more informative to see that there is a version conflict. But I suspect this is one of the many limitations of Visual Studio....

Dick

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