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Old April 12th, 2006, 12:16 AM
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hello everybody
i m using a Data Control in my form and it'z connected to a Microsoft Access Database ... when i packaged my application by using Packaging and Deployment Wizard, it didn't embed the Access Database into my package, hence when i install my software, it doesn't install the database in the target folder and searches it on its original location ... so ... iz there any way that the packaging wizard must embed the Access Database in the package and should install that database to the target location (ooops, actually my english iz not much good, so plz excuse me)
i hope u'll understand my post (even written in poor english)

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Hi,
yes, you may add other files to package (mdb file too)
or use other setup generator (I mean, that INNO SETUP COMPILER is the best free setup generator)
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hey ... thankz alot 4 ur prompt reply
could u plz do me a favor ... plz tell me how 2 get this software, i.e. INNO SETUP COMPILER?
and how 2 use it, actually i m new in this field, could u plz guide me a bit ... i'll b thankful 2 u

i'll w8 4 a good reply

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Search net (use google)
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