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Hi All,
I creating a Deployment Project in VS2008.
Pretty straight foward, and I added to seperate exe files.  The only dependencies found however is the Microsoft .NET Framework.  I also need to include the Crystal .NET Framework too... not sure why it did not find it; but I would like to know if I should include the CRRedist2008_x64.msi and/or CRRedist2008_x32.msi, or the CrystalDecisions.Data.AdoDotNetinterop.dll object?

Thanks for any help you can give,
John.
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Munawar Hussain earned 2000 total points
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hi

Any application developed in VS2008 need CRRedist2008_x32.msi to run on 32 bit OS

you need to add this msi file into the installer project/deployment project, and then run it after first installation or as you find it best for you.

Or distribute as a separate file and add a launch condition on CR runtime


-thanks


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Thanks, i will try it and let you know.
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