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Creating the ClickOnce Manifest Files with the MAGE Tool
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By now you should understand the usefulness of the MAGE utility. In this section, you ll learn more about the MAGE tool by walking through the steps required to create the application and deployment manifests with the MAGE tool. You ll use the GUI version of the MAGE tool (mageui.exe) rather than the command-line version. To start, open Visual Studio 2005, and create a new Windows Forms application named ClickOnceWithMage. When you create a Windows Forms application, Visual Studio 2005 creates a form for you named Form1. Open Form1.cs, and rename this form to MainForm. Do this by right-clicking the name of the class and then choosing Refactor Rename. Visual Studio will open the Rename dialog box. Name the form MainForm, make sure the Preview Reference Changes checkbox is checked, and then click OK. When you click OK, Visual Studio s Preview Changes Rename dialog box opens (see Figure 9-14). Review the changes, and then click Apply.
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Figure 9-14. Using Visual Studio 2005 s refactor facilities to rename a class
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Next, open MainForm in design view, drag a button from the Toolbox, and drop it on the form. Finally, build the application in Release mode. To create a ClickOnce deployment using the MAGE tool, you have to collect the application files and then create the deployment and application manifests. Open the folder where you stored the application, and then open the bin\Release folder. Notice that Visual Studio 2005 has created an executable named ClickOnceAndMage.exe along with two other files,
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ClickOnceAndMage.pdb and ClickOnceAndMage.vshost.exe. The first file is obviously the application executable, but what are the other two These two files are new to Visual Studio and are used for debugging purposes. The *.vshost.exe file, in particular, is interesting. Read more about this file at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms185331.aspx. To deploy this application, first create a new folder named MageDeployments. In this file, copy ClickOnceAndMage.exe. Next, go to Start All Programs Microsoft .NET Framework SDK 2.0 SDK Command Prompt. Now type mageui.exe, and press Enter. You should see the MAGE GUI shown in Figure 9-15.
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Figure 9-15. The Mage window
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The Mage window has a toolbar that allows you to create a new application manifest, create a new deployment manifest, open existing manifest files, and save modified manifests. You ll start by creating the application manifest.
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You have to create the application manifest first because the deployment manifest has a reference to the application manifest. The leftmost button on the toolbar creates a new application manifest. Figure 9-16 shows the new application manifest UI panes.
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Figure 9-16. The UIs used to create/edit application manifest files
Three configuration panes are used to create/edit the application manifest file. These UI panes are Name, Files, and Permissions Required. The Name pane captures high-level details about the application. The interesting panes are the next two. The Files pane identifies the files that make up the application. Because an application can consist of any number of files and file types, the Files pane is designed so that you specify the application directory and click the Populate button to specify the files that make up the application. When you click Populate, the application creates an entry for each file in the Application Files grid. You can use this grid to create optional files and file groups, just like you can when using Visual Studio 2005. The Permissions Required pane allows you to set the CAS security requirements for the application. The drop-down list shown in Figure 9-16 allows you to choose FullTrust, LocalIntranet, Internet, or Custom. FullTrust, LocalIntranet, and Internet are preconfigured with specific permission set/permissions. If you want to specify your own permission set/permissions, you can choose Custom, and then the pane will allow you to enter your own permission requirements. After you fill in these details, you can save the application manifest. When you click the Save toolbar button or choose the File Save or File Save All menu item, the application displays the Signing Options dialog box (see Figure 9-17).
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