The simplest way to deploy .NET assemblies is to use the Deployment wizard. For more information, see Using the Deployment wizard.
If you want to create your own installation, this section describes the files to deploy to the end users.
Each .NET client computer must have the following:
A working .NET installation Microsoft .NET assemblies and instructions for their redistribution are available from Microsoft Corporation. They are not described in detail here.
The SQL Anywhere .NET Data Provider The following table shows the files needed for a working SQL Anywhere .NET data provider. These files should be placed in a single directory. The SQL Anywhere installation places the Windows assemblies in the Assembly subdirectory of your SQL Anywhere installation directory, for example, Assembly\v1(for .NET 1.0) or Assembly\v2 (for .NET 2.0). The others are placed in the operating-system subdirectory of your SQL Anywhere installation directory (for example, win32 or x64).
The SQL Anywhere installation places versions of the Windows CE assemblies for .NET Compact Framework version 2.0 in ce\Assembly\v2 under each supported Windows CE hardware platform.
The SQL Anywhere installation places versions of the Windows CE assemblies for .NET Compact Framework version 1.x in ce\Assembly\v1 under each supported Windows CE hardware platform.
|.NET driver file||iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere.dll||iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere.dll|
|.NET Global Assembly Cache||N/A||iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere.gac|
For more information about deploying the SQL Anywhere .NET provider, see Deploying the SQL Anywhere .NET Data Provider.