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should i explicitly place the dll(librfc32.dll,sap.net.connector.dll)

Hi,

should i need to place the these dll files explicitly in the system32 folder of operating system or will these be placed automatically at that location when i install the sap.net.connector 2.0.

and also plz tell me the difference between the development system and deployment system

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    Posted on May 18, 2005 at 11:47 AM

    hello,

    These files would not be automatically be placed by .Net connector setup in system32 directory.

    A development system is the one where an application is developed using SAP .Net connector (in this case) while a deployment system is where the application you develop would actually be used (on a customer's machine for example)

    -Umair

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    Posted on May 18, 2005 at 12:12 PM

    Hi,

    A little more info:

    1. librfc32.dll is also added when you install SAP Logon.

    2. the connector dlls (sap.connector.dll and sap.connector.rfc.dll) <i>are</i> installed automatically by the connector installation. But since the installation is done only on the <b>development</b> machine (where you have Visual Studio) then on a deployment machine you need to put these files yourself.

    Regards,

    Ofer

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