If you are not using any image files / data file / library (dll file) then the exe file is enough.
Otherwise you should include the files that you are using in your project.
All the files could be merged into one Cab file or setup file.
I will distribute my compiled B4P application as CAB (or setup) file including all used .dll files. I used the "setupbuilder". The installation workes fine at my own PDA.
My question is, can I be sure that the application will work fine on any other PDA? For example, I understand that the proper .Net Framework must be installed, but the .Net Framework is not part of older WM versions, and there are different versions. If this could be a problem, what should I do to prevent frustration of users who are trying to run my application?
Note: Until yet, I didn't try the installation directly after a hard reset of my PDA (WM2003) to see what happend. Nevertheless, this test would not give answers to all views of my question.
If you are not using any .Net 2.0 library (like SQL or Outlook) your application will work on any device except Pocket PC 2000, Pocket PC 2002 and WM2003 (not SE).
These devices will need to install .Net CF 1.0 SP3.