Re: emerald from a different domain

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Wed, 13 May 1998 15:00:09 -0700

Dusty Leary wrote:
> no... the last thing I installed was Emerald... The install should
> overwrite any files that emerald should be using, shouldn't it? We do run
> another program, one called StatusView Pro, that uses some DB stuff, and
> the SQL Server client stuff won't install unless I shut it down, because it
> can't overwrite some files statusview uses.

No. Lets say you installed the Learning edition of Visual Basic 5.0 and
it comes with a developer license (but NOT a runtime license) for a
that Emerald uses. Emerald would not overwrite the control (since its
mostly likely newer than the 2.1/2.2 distributed control) and you would
get a license error, which is not displayed by emerald, but by a control
emerald is trying to use.

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