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Figure 6-8. The ClickOnce application manifest
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The application manifest tells ClickOnce everything about a particular version of the system. This information includes the files that make up the system (DLLs, icons, and so on) and the security requirements of that particular version. We ll delve into all the details of each manifest file in 7. For now, know that ClickOnce is integrated within Visual Studio 2005, so you won t have to create the files yourself. Moreover, Visual Studio 2005 comes with a tool known as the Manifest Generation and Editing tool, mageui.exe,12 which you can use to create the deployment and application manifest files, as shown in Figure 6-9. We ll talk about this tool in 9.
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11. Note that you can deploy the .NET runtime via an application prerequisite. We ll talk about deploying prerequisites in the next few chapters. 12. This tool comes with the .NET Framework 2.0 SDK. There is also a command-line version of this, mage.exe.
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Figure 6-9. The mageui.exe interface
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Now we ll walk you through creating and deploying an application with ClickOnce. To create and deploy the application, follow these steps: 1. Launch Visual Studio 2005. 2. Create a new Windows application, and call it HelloFromClickOnce. 3. Using the Form Designer, place a label on the form. Set the label s Name property to label1; you can do this by selecting the label and then changing the Name property using the Properties window. 4. Create a new class library project, and call it DependentAssm. 5. Create a new class in DependentAssm, and call it SayHelloComp. 6. Add a public instance method to this class called SayHello(), and return the hello world! string. 7. From Solution Explorer, right-click the project, and then choose Add Reference. Then, add DependentAssm as a referenced project to HelloFromClickOnce. 8. When you created the project, Visual Studio generated a form named Form1.cs. Open Form1.cs, and add a using statement to make SayHelloAssm visible.
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9. In the default constructor of Form1.cs, set the label s Text property to the string returned by the method created in SayHelloComp: label1.Text = new SayHelloComp().SayHello(); 10. Open the AssemblyInfo.cs file under the Properties node, and set the AssemblyVersion for both projects to 1.0.0.0, if not already set to this. You can also do this by selecting Project Properties and clicking the Assembly Information button. Note that this is not the deployment version. 11. Build the application. At this point, you have a smart client application that has a dependent assembly. To deploy the application using ClickOnce, follow these steps: 1. In Visual Studio 2005, pull down the Project menu, then choose the Publish tab, and finally click the Publish Wizard button. You will see the Publish Wizard, as shown in Figure 6-10.
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Figure 6-10. Stepping through the Publish Wizard in Visual Studio 2005
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2. Accept the default location for the deployment. ClickOnce will create a virtual directory at the specified location and will copy the application to the directory. Click Next.
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3. Choose the Yes, This Application Is Available Online or Offline option to set the install mode. Click Next. 4. You will now see a dialog box to sign the deployment. Leave the default, click Next, and then click Finish to complete the deployment. At this point, ClickOnce will publish the application and present you with a Web page in Internet Explorer that looks similar to Figure 6-11.
Figure 6-11. Web page displayed by ClickOnce after deployment
The Web page shown in Figure 6-11 allows you to install the application to your machine. Note that if you hold the mouse over the Install button, you ll see the target of the button in the status bar, which is the deployment manifest. Click the Install button, and note that you ll see a security warning from ClickOnce because ClickOnce doesn t know the publisher of the application (more about this in 7). It is instructive to see what was installed when you published the application. Assuming you have IIS installed locally, browse to c:\Inetpub\wwwroot\. ClickOnce should have created a directory under wwwroot with the name HelloWorldClickOnce, and the contents of the folder should be similar to what is shown in Figure 6-12. Note that ClickOnce created the deployment manifest (HelloFromClickOnce.application) and the application manifest (HelloFromClickOnce. exe.manifest). You can also see that ClickOnce created a setup.exe file, which is a bootstrapper that can be used to ensure all of the prerequisites of your application are installed on a client s machine prior to installing your application. For example, if your application needs to install SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, the bootstrapper can ensure that this component is installed prior to running your installation.
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