10-14-2008 09:09 AM
10-16-2008 11:50 AM
Try the steps below:
- Search the computer for envdte.dll.
- Once found, verify the version is 8.0.*
- Then open the assembly folder (Start -> Run -> assembly).
- Drag and drop envdte.dll into the assembly folder.
- Verify that EnvDTE 18.104.22.168 is in the assemblies.
- Open SQL Server Management Studio
10-17-2008 03:02 PM
When I searched, I did not find envdte.dll on my computer. Looks like reinstalling (or repairing, if that's an option) SQL Server is the way to go. Will that cause problems with the ACT installation?
10-17-2008 04:17 PM
What version of SQL Server Management Studio are you using?
ACT! Premium for Web installs with SQL Express or SQL 2005 Standard, depending on the version you purchased.
You would need to use the SQL Express Management Studio else the Management tools that come with SQL 2005 Standard edition, I don't believe older versions of Management Studio are not compatible with the newer SQL products.
You will NOT be able to access the ACT7 instance however as it is intentionally locked down.
Hope this helps,
10-18-2008 04:00 PM
I've seen this before... you could try http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb%3Ben-us%3B922214&x=14&y=10
If that doesn't help, reinstall SQL should fix it.
10-20-2008 05:26 AM
I think I had the Standard Edition of the Management Studio installed. I'll try to see if someone else in the company has the DLL and try your initial suggestion before re-installing. Thanks for your help!
06-05-2009 10:28 AM
I know this is an old thread, but I am posting the fix for those that need.
search for envdte.dll on your system. you will find it in the .net 1.1 common folder.
You need to drag and drop this file into your assembly folder.
To get to the assemply folder go to START\RUN and type assembly
just drag and drop the file in there. Make sure it is envdte.dll and not envdte8.dll