(such as image files) will be unpacked with the program files, but these
may need to be placed into specific folders, according to the paths set in
the program files. For example a form procedure may specify that a file is
in c:\folder1\folder2\filename.jpg. In this case, you must place the file
exactly in that path, even if it means you must create the directory
structure. Of course, you can always modify the program to accept a
different path. In the event that you receive error messages that certain
files cannot be found, check the program code to see where the files
should be located.
For example, the
chapter 12 data environment files are dependent upon your setting up the
connections and database on specific paths. You will need to adjust the
code if the files are in a different location.