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Version 1.0 of the OLE Developer's Toolkit is now available in the Software/Data Library. The toolkit contains the following files:
CLTEST.EXE A standard application to test an OLE server applicationSRTEST.EXE A standard application to test an OLE client applicationOLESPY.EXE A utility that displays OLE function calls and dynamic data exchange (DDE) messagesRETAIL directory The OLE DLLs included with version 3.1 of the Microsoft Windows operating systemDEBUG directory The debugging version of the OLE DLLs that provide OLE call tracing and FatalExit messages under illegal conditionsOLESETUP.EXE The setup program that copies the Toolkit files into your Windows installation and creates or updates the registration database. OLESETUP copies the required DLLs to the SYSTEM directory of your Windows installation (by default, C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM). If you prefer, you can update the registration database manually. If OLESETUP updates the database, it calls the REGLOAD utility to include the contents of the INI.REG file.
NOTE: The Software Library toolkit file includes two sets of OLE DLLs: one in the RETAIL directory, the other in the DEBUG directory. Use the debugging DLLs for OLE call tracing and to debug OLE applications. Do not ship the debugging DLLs with your product.
To enable call tracing and debugging information, copy the debugging DLLs and symbol files to the SYSTEM directory of your Windows installation.
The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
For additional information about how to download Microsoft Support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
119591 How to Obtain Microsoft Support Files from Online Services
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NOTE: The TOOLKIT file contains a directory structure. To create a corresponding directory structure on your hard disk, specify the /d parameter when extracting the file, as follows: