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    shafi_sunshine@yahoo.com is offline VB.NET Forum Newbie
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    Installation in client system

    Hi Experts,

    i have Developed Vb.net Windows Application with ms access database in visual studio 2010 . Now i have to install this application in my client system .So Before Installing My windows application What should i install in my client system


    Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated


    Thanks
    Shafi

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    If you're using an MDB file then you don't have to do anything. If you're using an ACCDB file then the user must either have Office 2007/2010 installed or they need to install the Access Connectivity Engine (ACE), which can be downloaded from MSDN.

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    shafi_sunshine@yahoo.com is offline VB.NET Forum Newbie
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    Thanks For ur Reply Expert,

    I have Installed MS Office and MS Access 2007 then after that what should i install in my client pc whether it would be .net frame work and can u provide me a link to download that


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    If you let the IDE create an installer for you then the appropriate .NET Framework will be installed automatically. If you want provide the Framework for manual installation then I'm quite sure that, if you're capable of writing software, you're capable of finding a download link for yourself.

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