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The problem is not installation, it's maintenance. How often will your help
files change? How often can your users be expected to download a new .chm?
At 12:03 AM 11/16/99 +0000, mchoy -at- sirius -dot- com wrote:
>What if the web-based application is all about database access, and the
>database is on the web server, but there is also some client stuff that
>be installed at the client workstation? In this case, since the client has
>run a client installation program anyways (which will create Program group,
>etc.), can that installation program install the .chm on the client's