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ADE Deployment and DLL References

ADE Deployment and DLL References

ADE Deployment and DLL References

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Hi,

I'm trying to work out how to deploy my application as an ADE file to my users machines.  I'll be using the access 2003 Package wizard but need to know the best way to deploy some components specifically the following;

My app makes use of a Reference to the 'Microsoft DTSPackage object Library' (I need to run a number of DTS packages off some buttons in my app so I used the SQL server Package save as VBS option then imported them into MS Access)  These need this DLL to run I believe.  Am I ok to simply add this DLL in the package Wizard and install it on the users machine, or do I need to do something else??  The users are unlikely to have this DLL since they won’t have SQL Enterprise manager installed??

Any advice much appreciated!

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