I was browsing the delivered VBA examples in CONNECT. I opened the DatabaseExamples project and looked at the VBA references to other COM DLLs...
The project references a missing Microsoft ADO DLL.
Jon Summers said:The project references a missing Microsoft ADO DLL.
Well, "a standard answer" is that it's caused by missing ADO (ActiveX data objects) library installation. But it's not the answer how to solve the issue.
I remember vaguely it was discussed already, but I was not able to find the thread. The problem is that there is no standalone installer to add 64bit ADO to your computer (I have not been able to find any such page) ... and I think to download individual ocx and dll files from different webs is not the best way.
Because the situation cannot be solved easily even by advanced users, I guess Bentley would change the example to use some another API that is available on Windows 10 by default. May Artur Goldsweer provide some insight?
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thanks for reporting this issue.We have filed now a Defect # 1063499 to address this issue and will investigate further to look for possible workaround / fix.
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