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Figure 5-10. VSSManager packages and dependencies So there are a few more things to think about, which will mean a little extra work in the scripts. Before we worry about that, though, we can see how far our regular scripts will take us in the delivery of this application. In fact, they can take us a considerable distance. To build the application, the Etomic. VSSManager.Build.xml file looks almost the same as the build scripts we have seen for the Transformer suite of applications. Significant changes are, of course, the specifics of the assemblies required: <property <property <property <property <property name="project.name.1" name="project.name.2" name="project.name.3" name="project.name.4" name="solution.isweb" value="${solution.name}.Remote" /> value="${solution.name}.Server" /> value="${solution.name}.Service" /> value="${solution.name}.ServerConsole" /> value="false"/>
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If you take a look at the rest of the build file, you will be able to see the slight changes to the FxCop and NDoc tasks to include the relevant assemblies from the list above. Finally, there are no unit tests for this application (very naughty!) and so there is no NUnit step.
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So we haven t had any problems so far. Running the Build.Core.xml script with the following command-line call will successfully build the application: nant -f:Build.Core.xml -D:debug=true -D:solution.stub=VSSManager While this is seemingly straightforward, we should examine the output to think about what has occurred. The output from the build process is shown in Figure 5-11.
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Figure 5-11. The output from building Etomic.VssManager Most of the content found in this folder is to be expected: the compiled assemblies representing the application, the configuration files, and the referenced log4net assembly. Additionally, and importantly, there is a wrapper for the VSS library called Interop.Source SafeTypeLib.dll. This means that the <solution> task has handled the generation of this wrapper automatically, which is a very useful feature of the task and of course mirrors the behavior of the VS .NET build process itself. So in fact, we have had to make no real changes to the build scripts in order to handle this scenario. The deploy scripts can also handle the deployment of application without much change. Once again, using the Windows application deploy script from Transformer and applying the necessary changes will deploy the application to, for instance, the Program Files folder as usual. Additionally, using the assembly deploy script from the work on Transformer enables us to deploy the remoting interfaces to the shared assembly area. This means that there are two steps to the deployment of the application, but these steps could be chained by including the deployment of the remoting interfaces the NAnt call to do this in a nant.onsuccess target. However, despite this successful deployment, we have in fact not handled two of the issues. The first is the dependency on the VSS API and the second is the installation of the Windows service.
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The core issue for this dependency is that it is pointless to deploy the application on a machine unless the VSS API is present. If in fact we can guarantee that it is present, then no changes are needed to the script and the application will work because the interop assembly is included as part of the deployment package. However, we should actually provide some assurance to the deployment. This can take the form of regenerating the interop assembly on the deployment target at the time of deployment. We can do this with the <tlbimp> task. This task may look like this: <tlbimp typelib="C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\VSS\win32\ssapi.dll" output="${core.environment}\${sys.version}\Interop.SourceSafeTypeLib.dll" namespace="SourceSafeTypeLib" /> This code reproduces the interop assembly in a manual way. I have named the output assembly as VS .NET would, and have also included the namespace as VS .NET would. Without this, you may find that the manually generated assembly will not work with your application. We could also have used this technique in the build step if we were using the <csc> task instead of the <solution> task. The code above presumes that VSS is installed in the specified location which may be true, but it also may not. We can do a better job of this task by accessing the registry to obtain the actual location of the ssapi.dll assembly. The following code retrieves this information: <readregistry property="vss.api" key="TypeLib\{783CD4E0-9D54-11CF-B8EE-00608CC9A71F}\5.1\0\win32\" hive="ClassesRoot" /> This task grabs the value of the specified key and places it in the specified property (in this case vss.api). We can then use the property in the <tlbimp> task instead of the hardcoded location. You can find the key required by searching the registry or by checking the GUID of the required assembly (which is also stored in the relevant .csproj file). So, using these manual steps means that we have provided some assurance that VSS is present on the deployment target machine. If it were not, these tasks, and therefore the deployment, would fail.
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