> This sounds like a plugin is registered on yoour system but doesn't
> exist. Have you tried and then removed the Migration wizard for example?
> Something else you could try is uninstalling pgAdmin, then re-installing
> a *full* installation.
Huh, here's the whole story...
I've never used pgAdmin before, that's why I've chosen a custom - full -
installation even for the first time.
After receiving your email, I've tried the following 'tricks' (every '-' means a
unique, single step - after which I've tried re-running pgAdmin):
- MSI Installer's repair option (at the Control panel/Add/remove programs)
- reinstalled pgAdmin (complete install)
- I've tried to add the Migration wizard by copying it into the Plugins
- uninstalled pgAdmin - restarted NT - reinstalled pgAdmin,
- uninstalled only plugins,
- uninstalled only extensions,
- reinstalled pgAdmin with different user option (only admin user/all users)
- I've taken a look at it with MS WinDebug (windbg)
- and even examined using regmon.exe
I've found some missing registry keys, that's why I was google-ing a CLSID
that wasn't found by pgAdmin. They pointed to ADODB, MDAC pages and stuff.
I've went to microsoft.com/data, and downloaded mdac_typ.exe (redistributable)
installed - and guess what? It helped! :DDD I'm wondering why an
updated pc (like this one) needed this, but hey, it's working now :)
Maybe you should put some verify-routine into pgAdmin that checks for
an up-to-date MDAC installed, or just drop this info on the troubleshooting
Have a nice day!
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