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Nader Elshehabi28-May-06 5:05
Nader Elshehabi28-May-06 5:05 
I'm sorry I've replied Late, but I hope not too late.Smile | :)

This message appears when there is no connection between your application and SQL server. Not necessarily across a network. You must have realized that you need SQLExpress installed on the user's computer for your application to work. So your deployment project must include an install option to install SQLExpress Before installing your application. To do this, follow these steps:
1- Right click on the name of your deployment project in the Solution explorer
2- Click on the properties
3- Click on the "Prerequisites" Button.
4- Check the check box on top if this dialog, it should say "Create setup program to intstall..."
5- Now, in the list check on
a) Microsoft Data access components
b) .Net framework
c) Windows Installer
d) SQL server 2006 Express Edition
6- You should see three radio buttons in the lower part of the dialog. Check the meddle one.

Now pree OK and SQL express will be installed with your application Only if it's not already installed on the target computer. Notice that It will NOT be uninstalled after uninstalling your application. To do this you have to put it in the custom actions of your setup program.

This will work only if you have Visual Studio 2005. Steps on older versions are more complicated. If this doesn't work for any reason, I'm here for your next post.Smile | :)
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QuestionHow to preserve line feed character in C# TextBox ? Pin
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