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Client installations - Help needed!

Posted on 1997-08-12
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Hello all SQL server gurus!

I have a question!

I have a client application which uses DB-Library / TCPIP to access my SQL
Server.

When deploying my application on a PC, I know that I have to copy
ntwdblib.dll in the system directory of Ws95. But obviously, this is not
enough.

Does anyone know what other files I have to copy to get my client
application working?

Help would be greatly appreciated!

Please reply both by News and email, if possible!

Kind regards
--
Martin Mohnhaupt, MIS coordinator
Mediterranean Shipping Company SA
40 Avenue Eugene Pittard
CH 1206 Geneva
Phone: (+41 22) 703 88 88 --- Fax: (+41 22) 703 87 90
Email: mohnhaup@gva.medship.ch --- Web: http://mmm.medship.ch
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As for as I know, each client is required to run the MS-SQLServer Client install program. This will install all necessary files and registry entries.
I suppose you COULD manually install everything.
Check a client before and after the install to see what is needed and where.

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