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Redistribution of Documentum Foundation Classes (DFC)

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Hi Experts,

I'm writing a VB.Net 2005 application that integrates with Documentum 5.3 SP5 via the Foundation Classes (DFC's).  The application bulk imports files and creates folder structures etc by using methods in the DFC's.

How do bundle the DFC's with my application?

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If it only requires the DLL you could just package the DFC dll's in your project and deploy it. If it requires the DFC install prior to installing your application you can use the prerequisites in ur setup project
http://www.codeproject.com/useritems/Prerequisites_in_Setup.asp?df=100&forumid=404267&exp=0&select=1985205
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Thank you surajguptha,

I think that I need the whole package to be installed.  I have already done what you suggested by the time that I posted the question.

I was hoping for some way of "silently" installing the package or at least be able to pass a few parameters to the setup program so that all of the parameters won't prompted from the user.

Am I asking for too much?

Thanks!
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If its to be done on your intranet you could schedule a PUSH of the install on the machines where it needs to be installed.

It isnt too much if you are trying to be perfect :)
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Thanks for the help.
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