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Smile Install database ms sql 2008 automatically containing all the tables, view, sps etc.u

Hi,
I have searched about it very much but did not get any proper response. While searching I found an article here. But it uses sql-dmo which is not present in vs 2010 (I am using vs 2010) and also there author writes down the table structure to create it at installation time.

So what I need is that is there any good article which demonstrates about installing ms-sql database (which we have using in our application during development time), through a script file in windows installer method.
Please guide me, and please do not suggest links regarding prerequisites...

Many thanks
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