Microsoft KB Archive/191791
Article ID: 191791
Article Last Modified on 5/13/2003
- Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Learning Edition
- Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Professional Edition
- Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise Edition
This article was previously published under Q191791
The information below includes the documentation and workarounds for Visual Basic 6.0. This information can also be found in the README.htm file that ships with Visual Basic 6.0 on the Visual Basic 6.0 CD-ROM. Please see the REFERENCES section of this article for a list of the Microsoft Knowledge Base articles relating to the Visual Basic 6.0 readme.
Following is a list of all parts of the readme file:
Part 1. Important Issues - Please Read First! Part 2. Data Access Issues and DataBinding Tips Part 3. Control Issues Part 4. Language Issues Part 5. Samples Issues Part 6. Wizard Issues Part 7. Error Message Issues Part 8. WebClass Designer Issues Part 9. DHTML Page Designer Issues Part 10. Extensibility issues Part 11. Miscellaneous Issues Part 12. Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS) Issues Part 13. Dictionary Object Part 14. Visual Component Manager Part 15. Application Performance Manager
Known Problems in Visual Component Manager:
Related Files Tab (Component Properties Dialog Box)" Topic Incorrect
Visual Component Manager User Interface Reference: The topic "Related Files Tab (Component Properties Dialog Box)" incorrectly states that the tab is used to display and enter files that are related to the selected component. In fact, none of the information displayed on this tab can be modified. You can add related files to a component only when publishing or re-publishing the component. For more information, search online, with Search titles only selected, for "Publishing Components" in the MSDN Library Visual Studio 6.0 documentation.
Removing Repository 1.0 Registry Keys
If you installed VCM 5.0 (previously available for Web download) you will have the following Windows Registry keys setup. They were necessary for VCM 5.0 and the 1.0 version of the Repository. If you find the following Registry entries then it is safe to remove them and may, in fact, improve VCM 6.0 performance:
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Repository\ CacheRelshipMaxCollections
Adding Repository Tables to an Existing .mdb File
If you try to open an existing .mdb file from within VCM that is not a repository database (i.e., it does not contain the repository structure/tables), you will be asked if you want the repository tables added to the database. You should not do this for normal use; the repository should generally be in a separate database. This will work, but it can take as long as 10 minutes to create the repository structure in an existing .mdb file.
To create a brand new .mdb file containing the repository structure, right- click in the folder outline, click Repository, click New, and then enter the name of the file you want to create.
For additional information, please see the following articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
For additional information, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
170164 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 1: Important Issues - Read First!
170163 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 2: Data Access/Databinding Issues
170162 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 3: Control Issues
170161 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 4: Language Issues
170160 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 5: Samples Issues
190046 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 6: Wizard Issues
170158 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 7: Error Message Issues
189539 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 8: WebClass Designer Issues
190249 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 9: DHTML Page Designer Issues
170154 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 10: Extensibility Issues
170157 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 11: Miscellaneous Issues
170156 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 12: Transaction Server (MTS) Issues
191792 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 13: Dictionary Object
191790 INFO: VB 6.0 Readme Part 15: Application Performance Explorer
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