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Live .net Installation missing librfc32.dll

I've finished my App which creates sales orders from a .net application - through to our test server.

I now need to deploy this to our live server.

However on doing this The app is coming up with an error of Librfc32.dll missing.

I believe this comes with the .net connector install - however this requires visual studion to be installed.

I've manually copied the SAP dll's in my app,

Can anyone tell me if I register the librfc32.dll in System32 if this will solve my problems....or do I have to get the .net connector installed fully ??

Thanks,

D.

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 06:27 PM

    Hi Dave,

    You need to install three DLLs from your development system:

    - SAP.Connector.DLL

    - SAP.Connector.Rfc.DLL

    - LIBRFC32.DLL

    You can copy all three DLLs to your application directory or put the first two into GAC and the last to SYSTEM32.

    Regards,

    Rima.

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      Hi Dave,

      I had the same problem and you have given me the solution with your messages,

      so thank you so much,

      I just had to copy the 4 dlls on windows\system32 directory on the server,

      let me give you just one correction,

      in spite of mfcu.dll, the file correct name is mfc71u.dll,

      regards,

      Alex

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