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How can I identify missing type libraries when trying to record my COM application ?

How can I identify missing type libraries when trying to record my COM application ?

It is worth noting that if you are recording ADO traffic then you usually require just one type library called msado15.dll. This is usually located in PROGRAM FILES | COMMON FILES | SYSTEM | ADO.

If you are recording non-ado COM traffic then you should ask the developers of your COM application which type of libraries are required. This is usually the fastest and most reliable way to ensure you get all the required type libraries for COM testing.


NOTE: Since the introduction of GUI-level testing in Silk Performer 2006 Release 2, it may be possible to loadtest applications that cannot be recorded successfully on the protocol- or API-levels by recording on the GUI level. Please refer to the GUI-Level Testing Support section of the Other Supported Environments chapter in the Silk Performer User Guide for full details.

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