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I have a vb application working with DTS.  All works fine when I have SQL installed on a local PC but when I execute the application from a machine that does not have SQL installed it does not load the data and trows a run time error:
Run Time Error '52,
Bad File name or Number

I used VBs package and deployment wizard to set up the application to ensure I had all the dlls.  I reregisterd the dtspkg.dll file but no joy.

Is there something else we need in order to run this?

Any help would be great

Thanks
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Thanks for your help, None of the sites suggested had anything regarding running it from an in-house application as opposed to a vb application

Is there anyting I need to install on the users pc in order to run dts
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What do you mean by 'in-house' vs 'vb'? in-house means it was developed in house and vb is just a language.
There is also this page:
http://www.sqldts.com/225.aspx
 
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It is an application installed witihin the organanisation and vb is the programming language that is used.

When I register the dlls on the machines it gives me an error indicating that they may be corrupt, is there a plcae where I can download the correct dlls and more uptodate onces.

We use Win2k Professional

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From a licencing standpoint, you can't just go and register DLL's, you have to buy a licence and install the whole thing.
You would need to register them in the right order (or put them in the same folder as your executable), and you would also need to ensure they suit your OS (x86 or x64)
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Run Time Error '52,
Bad File name or Number
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You do realize this error has nothing whatsoever to do with the DTS dll's?  The error is simply telling you that the workstation executing the DTS package does not have access to the file.  So even if we were to clarify that you are allowed to distribute the DTS dll's and how to do it, it would not help you one iota with our original problem.
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And this:
our original problem.

Of course, should have read:
your original problem.
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It was the registering of the DLLs

I did not only get run time error this only happend once, the websites were helpful
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