Windows requirements
To run your application on Windows, the Windows system must be able to find the .dll version of the SourcePro libraries you linked to when building the application, and the DLL version of the Microsoft runtime library.
The system looks for DLLs in the following locations in the order listed:
*the directory containing the application executable
*the current directory
*the windows system directory
*the directories listed in the PATH environment variable
You shouldn’t need to worry about the Microsoft runtime library, but you should put a copy of the SourcePro DLLs in one of the above locations, or modify the PATH environment variable to include their location. Generally, you can access and edit the PATH from Control Panel | System | Advanced | Environment Variables, depending on the version of your operating system.