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Correct Runtime Error 713
What is Runtime Error 713?
Runtime Error 713 is an error that occurs during the distribution of a Visual Basic application that includes a data report.
The error is displayed on the screen when you try to open the data report from your desired application.
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The reason why computer users often experience the Runtime Error 713 is that the data report run time file also referred to as Msdbrptr.dll is not included in your setup package.
Though this error does not pose any big threat to your computer however, it is recommended to fix the error because the Runtime error 713 may hamper your ability to install and access new programs.
Further Information and Manual Repair
Don’t you panic if you see Runtime Error 713 message pop up on your PC. This error is rated easy to repair and can be fixed in a couple of minutes.
There are two ways to fix Runtime Error 713. You can choose whichever 2 alternatives suit you best.
- Method 1
First open your project and include a reference to the data report file, the Msdbrptr.dll file. Locating this file is not difficult. It is listed as Microsoft Data Report Designer v6.0 in the reference dialog box. Sometimes you may see this file listed more than once.
Now when this happens be sure to select the file that is associated with Msdbrptr.dll. After you select it, the reference will be verified. Once verification is complete, you are good to go. Now you can try rebuilding your setup package again.
- Method 2
The second alternative is to add the Msdbrptr.dll file manually in PDW (the Package and Deployment Wizard). Simply add the file in the Included Files dialog box window and run the PDW. Now you are all set to rebuild your set up package.
Whether you follow method 1 or 2, after you rebuild the setup package and the installation is complete, you will see the following files in the indicated folders:
- <windows system>Msdbrptr.dll
- <program files>Common FilesDesignersMsderun.dll
- <windows system>Msstdfmt.dll
Presence of these files indicates successful installation and now you can easily try opening the data report.
If you’ve noticed, all you have to do to fix Runtime Error 713 was to include the Msdbrptr.dll file.
So, next time if you or your friends experience Runtime Error 713, you know exactly what to do and how to fix it.
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