Dear Jamie and Jens, thank you for replying,
I have made different menu-driven systems where files are stored in
relative subfolders. I include the program files so the user can run it
from a USB stick or a Citrix share without additional installation
I have found that removing or renaming the Libeay32.dll file in the
corresponding program directory, the program asks for default directory etc
on first execution. Later on, Manager and Entryclient runs without
I am not sure if that may cause other problems, though.
I have also had problems starting Manager and Entryclient. Thank you for
pointing at the Libeay32.dll. I am not an expert on this, and need some
The file is part of any EpiData installation. Renaming it to something else
makes the application start as a first time execution, and I am asked to
select a working directory etc, and after that is done once, the program
seems to work normally.
However, there are other application folders that contain the same library.
When I copied one of these files into the EpiData directory as suggested in
a former post, the ssleay32.dll file reported an error.
I would therefore highly appreciate advice on how to correctly deal with
PS: I organize my project as separate installations where both data and
executables are kept in their own folder structure. Is this a problem -
maybe a wrong instance of the library is executed? DS
MD, MPH, Norway