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How to Deploy Package Solution in vb.net

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Can anyone tell me How to Deploy Package solution in vb.net?
Any link with procedures would be fine!
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by:frodoman
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The best place I've found is right in Visual Studio help file - search for this topic: "Walkthrough: Deploying a Windows Application".  It has basic info & links to the more advanced topics...


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I just tried to install the Framework 1.0 package on another machine, and it told me it is installed successfullly.
But when I tried to run the program, I got the following problem:
Error parsing C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.0.3705\config\machine.config
Parsr returned error 0X8007003

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Are you using Visual Studio for development?  If you're using VS2003 then I'm pretty sure you have to distribute the 1.1 .Net Framework instead of 1.0.
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by:paramanj
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Yes, I am using Visual Studio.
I opened the application, and clicked on Help, and clicked on "About Microsoft......"
And there I saw "Framework 1.0".
I was told that if my program is written in 1.0, I should install 1.0 on other computers when I run the application.
Is that correct?

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I have written 2 applications in VS2002 based on framework 1.0, but both of them I've deployed with the .Net 1.1 Framework.  Worked great for me - with installations on dozens of different system configurations I had no deployment problems.

There are very, very few backwards compatibility issues (see: http://www.gotdotnet.com/team/changeinfo/Backwards1.0to1.1/default.aspx ) so I would try deploying the 1.1 Framework and see if that solves your problem.

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Of course you can also reinstall the 1.0 framework first if you haven't already tried.  It may be nothing more than a corrupted installation...
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by:LosBear
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the framework is backward compatable.. that shouldn't be the issue...
if you have access to a copy of installshield or wise, I would use those -

otherwise, use frodomans' advise

good luck
bear
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