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Cannot find the language resource file (dblgen11.dll)"

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2011-05-26 14:15:14.0Z
QuestionMaker Posted on 2010-01-05 17:35:50.0Z
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Quick help please!
When I try to connect to ADO.NET Sample for Windows Mobile
5.0 pocket pc (in VS2008), everything with running SQL
Anywhere server, I click connect and got message: "Failed to
Connect. SQL Anywhere .NET Data Provider (-300)", i.e.
"CANNOT FIND THE LANGUAGE RESOURCE FILE (DBLGEN11.DLL)"

It is very important, so please help.


Chris Keating (Sybase iAnywhere) Posted on 2010-01-05 17:48:13.0Z
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Is that file deployed to the device? If so, where?

QuestionMaker wrote:
> Quick help please!
> When I try to connect to ADO.NET Sample for Windows Mobile
> 5.0 pocket pc (in VS2008), everything with running SQL
> Anywhere server, I click connect and got message: "Failed to
> Connect. SQL Anywhere .NET Data Provider (-300)", i.e.
> "CANNOT FIND THE LANGUAGE RESOURCE FILE (DBLGEN11.DLL)"
>
> It is very important, so please help.


ufonetrovicor Posted on 2011-05-26 14:15:14.0Z
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<QuestionMaker> wrote in message news:4b437876.23a2.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Quick help please!
> When I try to connect to ADO.NET Sample for Windows Mobile
> 5.0 pocket pc (in VS2008), everything with running SQL
> Anywhere server, I click connect and got message: "Failed to
> Connect. SQL Anywhere .NET Data Provider (-300)", i.e.
> "CANNOT FIND THE LANGUAGE RESOURCE FILE (DBLGEN11.DLL)"
>
> It is very important, so please help.