Microsoft KB Archive/248016
Article ID: 248016
Article Last Modified on 10/15/2002
- Microsoft Visual InterDev 6.0 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q248016
This article describes the items that are installed with the Visual InterDev Server Components.
You can install the Visual InterDev Server Components either by choosing Visual InterDev Server from the Back Office Installation during Visual Studio/Visual InterDev setup or separately by running Setup.exe from the Vid_ss folder on Visual Studio CD-ROM 2 or the Visual InterDev CD-ROM.
Install the Visual InterDev Server components on your Web server computer. If you want to debug stored procedures in Visual InterDev, they must be installed on your Microsoft SQL Server computer.
The Visual InterDev Server components install:
- Microsoft JScript and Visual Basic Scripting .dll files version 18.104.22.16826.
- The data environment .dll file (used for deCommands).
In addition to installing these components, Setup for Visual InterDev Server also checks that you have version 2.0 or later of Microsoft Data Access Components and Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 4.0 or later. If you do not have those components installed, it will prompt you to upgrade.
Visual InterDev Server Components Setup also registers the Catalog Class COM Component (used for debugging).
The following are some scenarios that require Visual InterDev Server components:
- Debugging Active Server Pages (ASP) pages in Visual InterDev.
- Using design-time controls with deCommands.
- Debugging stored procedures in Visual InterDev.
- Using Visual InterDev with Microsoft Visual SourceSafe.
For more information on setting up Visual InterDev debugging, see the "Microsoft Visual InterDev 6.0 Debugging" white paper on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Online:
For more information on debugging stored procedures from within Visual InterDev, see the "Microsoft SQL Server 7.0: Stored Procedure Debugging How-To" white paper on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Online:
For more information on setting up Visual InterDev with Visual SourceSafe, see the following article on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Online:
Keywords: kbinfo kbbug kbwebserver kbdebug KB248016