paulnewton54 said 10 months, 4 weeks ago:
We have been using TDBGrid8 for many years now and have numerous applications worldwide that utilise it.
We have an installer that was written about 5 years ago that includes TODGUB8.DLL and all the other related files, the problem we have is on one particular XP Pro PC, when we try to show a form that has the grid we get the following error message:
“DLL module todgub8.dll is missing, corrupt, or incompatible with the current version of True OLE DB Grid 8.
DataMode will be set to dgbBound”
The application is written in VB6 and runs fine on other PCs using the same OS.
I have tried copying todgub8.dll from my development machine to this machine and re-registering it but to no avail.
Any help would be appreciated.
C1_GatimT8p said 10 months ago:
Re-register the TODGUB8.DLL file using regsvr32 close your project and restart it , if the issue still persists then
Follow the steps below to resolve the issue :
1. Uninstall the TrueDB Grid.
2. Search out the ocx/dll files related to the TDBGrid like
and unregister(using regsvr32 -u) these manually and then delete them.
3. Reinstall the Tdb grid from the link below and license it.
(This is the latest build am providing you may use the same as per your license if you already have the setup or the files)
4. Register the ocx files by using the regsvr32 utility
paulnewton54 said 10 months ago:
Thanks, registering the latest build files fixed it.
gullprairie said 1 month, 1 week ago:
I had this issue, and I fixed mine easily – read on…
I too at first got the "DLL module TODGUB8.DLL is missing, corrupt or incompatible with the current version of True OLE DBGrid 8 . DataMode will be set to dbgBound" error message.
So I dug up TODGUB8.DLL, placed it correctly, and tried to register it via "regsvr32 todgub8.dll". No dice – got some registration error message that reg didn’t work.
Like many folks, I suspected it was due to XArray, but no tweaks involving XArray worked for me.Tried everything – no luck until…
I found the reg failed because I was running the reg command in a command box that was launched without having chosen "Run as Administrator".
Once I opened a command box as administrator and then executed "regsvr32 todgub8.dll", I at that time got a "succeeded" message. And then when I ran my program there was no more error message.
All fixed for me. Hope at least some of you are so lucky.
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