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How do I deploy with two exe's?

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Hi.  My VB.NET application has the following:

CLRS.exe -- the main program
BZ.dll - business layer
DB.dll - data layer
RP.dll - report layer
ER.exe - error handling

How do I publish these files?  I need a ziip file to send to a client to install the application, and using the Publish command in this scenario doesn't seem to work.

Thanks in advance.
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In the project tree, click Solution, the top branch, and add new project of the type "setup and deployment". There, add Primary Output from the main project, and check that all these files are included. When you build it, it will create setup msi file that you can send to the client.
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Thank you so much for the llink!
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