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    Sri Guest

    please..making standard exe


    hello vb pro's,

    can you tell me,
    I tried to make my project as a standard exe,and i e_mail that to one of
    my team members.He opened that and select open the file(with out saving in
    hard disk),and we had an error message like
    MSADO.ocx file not found.
    I have one data grid,and I am creating adodb at runtime.
    how can I do this,and iwant to install this in my client pc with out installing
    visual basic.

    please help me.
    thanks.
    sri.

  2. #2
    Michael Culley Guest

    Re: please..making standard exe


    Sri,

    You have to use the 'Package and Deploy Wizard' to create a setup for your
    app. On windows 95 (not 98 or NT) you will need to install DCOM95.exe on
    client machines before running the install of your program.

    Michael Culley

    "Sri" <sri.kapa@figtreesys.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >hello vb pro's,
    >
    >can you tell me,
    >I tried to make my project as a standard exe,and i e_mail that to one of
    >my team members.He opened that and select open the file(with out saving

    in
    >hard disk),and we had an error message like
    >MSADO.ocx file not found.
    >I have one data grid,and I am creating adodb at runtime.
    >how can I do this,and iwant to install this in my client pc with out installing
    >visual basic.
    >
    >please help me.
    >thanks.
    >sri.



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