troubleshooting Question

Web Services & Late Binding

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Hello Experts,

I have a couple of questions about a project I am working on, but first some details on my project.

It is a Access 2003 FE with a SQL Server 2000 BE.
There are approx. 400 users in 4 different locations throughout the city.
Every day, the user's application launcher will download the newest version of the FE to the user's computer.
Most of the users will be using the Access 2003 Runtime, but about 20-30 users will have the full version.
This project sends/recieves data to/from a web service.
I am using the Package Wizard to install the runtime and the project.

Now for the questions.

When I did a test deployment using the runtime, I recieved an error stating that I was missing the MSSOAP30.dll reference. I found where this dll was stored on my computer and I copied it into the correct directory on the test computer. The project worked fine until I tried to use the web service. How do I register the dll when the project is installed?

Now I think that this is related. What is late binding and why/how should I use it?

I know that the last question is kinda broad, but if there are any questions I will answer them to the best of my knowledge.
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