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VB .NET Tip: Assembly Deployment Best Practices  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 55  |  Today: 0Author: Bill Hatfield      Rating:  
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Deployment issues often get swept aside when deadlines overtake you and getting it out the door is all that matters. But, if maintaining the code is also a consideration, you'd do well to take note of the following assembly deployment best practices....

Walkthrough: Manually Deploying a ClickOnce Application  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 27  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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If you cannot use Visual Studio to deploy your ClickOnce application, or you need to use advanced deployment features, such as Trusted Application Deployment, you should use the Mage.exe command-line tool to create your ClickOnce manifests. This walkthrough describes how to create a ClickOnce deployment by using either the command-line version (Mage.exe) or the graphical version (MageUI.exe) of the Manifest Generation and Editing Tool....

VB .NET Tip: Assembly Deployment Best Practices     
Total Hits: 356  |  Today: 0Author: Bill Hatfield      Rating:  
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Deployment issues often get swept aside when deadlines overtake you and getting it out the door is all that matters. But, if maintaining the code is also a consideration, you'd do well to take note of the following assembly deployment best practices....

Considerations in Porting and Deploying a WinForms GDI+ Game to the Pocket PC  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 21  |  Today: 0Author: Mike Gold      Rating:  
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This article describes some of the issues I came across when porting a Windows Form Game to the Pocket PC. It also describes how to deploy a Windows Mobile Application from Visual Studio 5....

Simplify App Deployment with ClickOnce and Registration-Free COM  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 28  |  Today: 0Author: Dave Templin      Rating:  
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If you're using Business Objects or UserControls written in Visual Basic® 6.0 or Active Template Library (ATL), then you're using COM. Prior to the Microsoft® .NET Framework, COM was the principal component model that applications in Windows® were built upon. But deploying applications with COM components can be difficult because in order for them to work, they need to be globally registered on the machine. Unfortunately, this global registration can cause unwanted side effects over the lifecyc...

Compile Options, Loading Images into PictureBoxes, Deploying .NET Apps, and More  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 19  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Spencer      Rating:  
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Starting this month, I am going to answer some of the questions that folks are asking about Visual Basic® .NET. These questions span a wide range of topics, from how to compile applications to specific coding issues....

Deploying Hybrid Visual Basic 6.0 / Visual Basic .NET Applications  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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As you move forward from Microsoft® Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET, you will likely face situations involving the deployment of hybrid applications — that is, applications utilizing components created in both versions of the language. COM interoperability in Visual Basic .NET allows .NET applications to use COM components created with Visual Basic 6.0; it also allows you to create .NET components that can be called by Visual Basic 6.0 applications. A discussion of COM interoperability is ...

Deploying Applications in VB.NET: Part 1/2  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: Jayesh Jain      Rating:  
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Ever wondered how to deploy your own VB.NET applications? In this 2 part article, Jayesh runs you through everything you need to know to get started ASAP!Remember back in the good old DOS days when application were small and just copying those file(s) to the clients machine was all it needed to run? Unfortunately, that wont work today....

Walkthrough: Downloading Assemblies on Demand with the ClickOnce Deployment API  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 36  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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By default, all of the assemblies included in a ClickOnce application are downloaded when the application is first run. You may, however, have parts of your application that are used by a small set of your users. In this case, you want to download an assembly only when you create one of its types. The following walkthrough demonstrates how to mark certain assemblies in your application as "optional", and how to download them using classes in the System.Deployment.Application namespace when the c...

Walkthrough: Deploying a ClickOnce Application Manually  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 22  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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This walkthrough describes the steps required to create a full ClickOnce deployment using the command-line or graphical version of the Manifest Generation and Editing tool (Mage)....

Deployment Changes in Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 41  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Hoag      Rating:  
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You have built your first application using Visual Basic .NET, and now it is time to distribute it. You search for the Package and Deployment Wizard, but you cannot find it—so how are you going to distribute your application? Do not worry, because Visual Studio .NET includes everything you need. The process is different than what you may be used to with Visual Basic 6.0, but ultimately it is easier and much more powerful. This article will introduce you to the concepts and processes for distribu...

Deploying Hybrid Visual Basic 6.0 / Visual Basic .NET Applications     
Total Hits: 39  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Hoag      Rating:  
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As you move forward from Microsoft® Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET, you will likely face situations involving the deployment of hybrid applications — that is, applications utilizing components created in both versions of the language. COM interoperability in Visual Basic .NET allows .NET applications to use COM components created with Visual Basic 6.0; it also allows you to create .NET components that can be called by Visual Basic 6.0 applications. A discussion of COM interoperability is ...

Deploying Contemporary Applications with ClickOnce     
Total Hits: 96  |  Today: 0Author: Bill Sempf      Rating:  
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Visual Basic was designed as a desktop, not enterprise, development language. If you will step with me into the Great Train to Yesteryear, you'll remember that the TSO and mainframe computers—running COBOL programs and CICS screens against DB2 databases, largely—were the norm when Visual Basic was starting to take ownership of the desktop. The enterprise had no need for the PC back then....

.NET Framework: Building, Packaging, Deploying, and Administering Applications and Types     
Total Hits: 178  |  Today: 0Author: Jeffrey Richter      Rating:  
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Types that are built for the Common Language Runtime can be shared among applications in the Microsoft .NET Framework no matter which of the .NET languages they were built in, an obvious benefit to developers.
This article describes the building, packaging, and deploying of applications and types for the .NET Framework, including the role and significance of assemblies, private and otherwise. The way metadata and assemblies help to solve some historical problems like versioning conflicts and ...

Modifying Internet Information Services During Deployment with Custom Actions     
Total Hits: 162  |  Today: 0Author: David Guyer, Tarik Nesh-Nash and Steve Hoag      Rating:  
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Web Setup projects in Microsoft® Visual Studio® .NET expose the most common settings for Web Folders in Internet Information Services as folder properties; however, not all settings or properties that may need to be modified when installing a Web application are exposed. For example, it is necessary to turn off anonymous access for an ASP.NET Web application in order to determine the user name of the Web client, but the AuthAnonymous property is not exposed by the Web Setup project. A custom act...

Expert One-on-One Visual Basic 2005 Design and Development     
Total Hits: 288  |  Today: 0Author: Rod Stephens      Rating:  
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As the most popular programming language in the world, VB 2005 offers a rich array of programming options that even experienced VB programmers will find challenging. Well-known Visual Basic expert Rod Stephens tackles the issues that pros face when creating complex applications, covering topics that most other VB books ignore or gloss over, such as design, modeling, testing, reflection, and advanced memory management. Packed with code examples, this book....

Deployment of the VB.NET application     
Total Hits: 288  |  Today: 0Author: sourav roy      Rating:  
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This article explains how to deploy your application.Once an application is developed and if we want to distribute that application, we need to deploy that. Deployment is the process where we create an executable file which can be installed on any machine where the application can run. We can use the built-in deployment feature that comes with Visual Basic to create a Windows Installer file - a .msi file for the purpose of deploying applications....

Deployment Changes in Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 153  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Hoag      Rating:  
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You have built your first application using Visual Basic .NET, and now it is time to distribute it. You search for the Package and Deployment Wizard, but you cannot find it—so how are you going to distribute your application? Do not worry, because Visual Studio .NET includes everything you need. The process is different than what you may be used to with Visual Basic 6.0, but ultimately it is easier and much more powerful. This article will introduce you to the concepts and processes for distribu...

Deploying Applications     
Total Hits: 226  |  Today: 0Author: StartVBDotNet.Com      Rating:  
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Once an application is developed and if we want to distribute that application, we need to deploy that. Deployment is the process where we create an executable file which can be installed on any machine where the application can run. We can use the built-in deployment feature that comes with Visual Basic to create a Windows Installer file - a .msi file for the purpose of deploying applications....

Deploying Assemblies  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 29  |  Today: 0Author: Ted Pattison      Rating:  
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This month's installment of Basic Instincts is the second in a series focused on working with assemblies. In the August 2003 issue I discussed the four parts of an assembly name. I also covered the build mechanics for building an assembly with a version number and a strong name. In this month's column I'll explore the options for deploying assembly DLLs in both development and production environments....


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