How to include j# redist inside VS Setup Project?

I've got msg "type initializer for 'java.lang.System' threw an exception." when trying to running my application in client computer.
I've already put vjslib.dll, vjslibcw.dll,vjsvwaux.dll,vjscor.dll, vjslib.tlb into same location with the application file but still get same error.


Someone could help me to bundle j# redist in one setup project ? So I might not carry twice out the installation.
iphoneAsked:
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Kevin CrossChief Technology OfficerCommented:
If you use the clickOnce (publish) application method, it will handle the installation of dependencies like the .NET framework in this case J# .NET automagically.  This is not the only way, but is a simple method you can try directly from Visual Studio.  Hope that helps.

Regards,
Kev
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iphoneAuthor Commented:
Thanks for reply Kev,

When using publish method, I cannot find is an option for the user to select where they want to install the program at.
My application is a simple desktop application program with compress and decompress file method function inside it, that's why i need j# library.

Additional info about this application is i using visual studio 2008 with vb.net language and .NET Framework 3.5.

Thanks.


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Kevin CrossChief Technology OfficerCommented:
When you use publish there is an option to make the application available offline as well and it puts in programs / start menu.  
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