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What DLLs etc... should I use to create a database application that does NOT require Access on the client's computer.

Obviously, the setup wizard will indicate which VB DLLs are needed, but what about the database engine?
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I'm pretty sure that the Setup Wizard will pick up your references and then include the correct dlls.  If you reference JET the Setup Wizard will include all the dlls you need.
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by:waty
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You could use the Wise Installation (www.glbs.com). It is a great installer generator wich detect all the needed DLL and no more.


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OK, after just checking, the Setup Wizard WILL pick up your references and include the necessary dlls.  
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