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MSDE CallBack

Postby 6.10.ikas » Sun, 08 Aug 2004 18:27:46 GMT

Hello,

Can somebody guide me on the correct way to get MSDE setup to call my
callback.

I have followed all the steps as described in the article at :

 http://www.**--****.com/ 

I cross checked if my dll is being loaded by using the ProcessExplorer
from sysinternals also. But the dll is not being loaded.

I have tried copying the dll into the %TMP% directory, tried
specifying the path in the command line CALLBACK property, all to no
use.

A search on various groups come up with many of them facing this
problem, but none of them offer a solution.

Any help/links/samples would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

--Ikas

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