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How to include database when ceating a setup

I have created an application with VB in Visual
Studio .Net. The application use a SQL server as database.

Can anyone explain how I include the database when i make
a setup for my application?
I have not created a setup before, so great if I can get

Nov 21 '05 #1
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I was waiting for a better answer.

You can do it running a SQL create script in your setup, however that is
something I do now exactly how and because there is a better newsgroup for
that question I advice you to ask it there.

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With this I assume that your clients have already installed an SQL server
and only the database should be installed.

Otherwise you can forget it (even with MSDE although with SQL Express server
it will be possible in future)

I hope this helps anyway?

I have created an application with VB in Visual
Studio .Net. The application use a SQL server as database.

Can anyone explain how I include the database when i make
a setup for my application?
I have not created a setup before, so great if I can get


Nov 21 '05 #2

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