From: Barry Cox
To: Paul Gibson
Visual FoxPro 9 SP2
General VFP Topics
Tuesday, December 23, 2014 3:58:32 AM
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> > Thanks for your help. All go now
> > MSXML 4 is considered to be "obsolete" though, MS support ended in April 2014.
> > See also
> > And while IDE -> Tools -> Task Pane does need it, you can turn its auto start off in the top node of its "options".
> > The only runtime thing that needs MSXML 4 is the XmlAdapter class if I remember correctly.
> You are spot on and because of this I need that component installing on workstations that use our software. The main reason is because I have worked very hard to write generic reusable superbly fast XML parsing using the XmlAdapter classes and without MSXML4 on the workstation the integration simply fails.
> It is a slight concern that I am now reliant on an old version of MSXML but it is what it is.
> I have a direct download link which I can use to get the MSI file:
> Which is useful if you want to automatically download it.
Posted by Barry Cox @ 12/22/2014 7:42:44 AM
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