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CHAPTER 9 CLICKONCE TOOLS AND SCENARIOS
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1. Provide the publish URL in the Publish tab. 2. Set the application CAS security requirement in the Security tab. 3. Check the Sign the ClickOnce Manifest checkbox on the Signing tab. After you create a Windows application and set the ClickOnce properties, you can use MSBuild to create the ClickOnce deployment. That s the easy part it takes only one command: msbuild yoursolutionfile.sln /target:publish This command tells MSBuild to execute the publish target on the given solution. The output of the command is a ClickOnce deployment in the working build configuration (such as Debug). If your build configuration is set to Debug, then you ll have a yourprojectname.publish folder within the bin\debug\ folder. The contents of the folder will look familiar (see Figure 9-19).
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Figure 9-19. An MSBuild-generated ClickOnce deployment
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Figure 9-19 shows you how simple it is to create a ClickOnce deployment using MSBuild. Note that in this example, you used Visual Studio 2005 to add the ClickOnce properties to the project file. Having Visual Studio 2005 is obviously not a requirement you can modify the project file using any text editor. All you need to know is where and how the ClickOnce properties are stored in the project file. To build a ClickOnce deployment using MSBuild, all you need to do is the following: 1. Create a signing certificate (optionally using the signing tool, sn.exe, that ships with the .NET Framework SDK) this is the certificate that will be used to sign the ClickOnce manifest files. 2. Add the ClickOnce properties to the project file. Do this by adding properties to the first property group defined in the project file. For example, the following code lists some of the ClickOnce properties stored in a typical project file: <PropertyGroup> <PublishUrl>c:\deployments\</PublishUrl>
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<Install>true</Install> <InstallFrom>Unc</InstallFrom> <UpdateEnabled>true</UpdateEnabled> <UpdateMode>Foreground</UpdateMode> <UpdateInterval>7</UpdateInterval> <UpdateIntervalUnits>Days</UpdateIntervalUnits> <UpdatePeriodically>false</UpdatePeriodically> <UpdateRequired>false</UpdateRequired> <MapFileExtensions>true</MapFileExtensions> <InstallUrl>\\products\deployments\</InstallUrl> <BootstrapperEnabled>true</BootstrapperEnabled> <SignManifests>true</SignManifests> <GenerateManifests>true</GenerateManifests> <ManifestKeyFile>WindowsApplication10_TemporaryKey.pfx</ManifestKeyFile> </PropertyGroup> <ManifestKeyFile>WindowsApplication10_TemporaryKey.pfx</ManifestKeyFile> 3. Execute the publish target on the project file. The previous steps show how easy it is to use MSBuild to create a ClickOnce deployment. The valuable lesson to take away from this discussion is that there is a predefined target named publish. Moreover, you can customize and automate the ClickOnce deployments using all of the facilities of MSBuild. You ll now explore how to use MSBuild to automate the generation of a ClickOnce deployment.
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Thus far, you ve seen that you can use Visual Studio, the MAGE tool, and MSBuild to create a ClickOnce deployment. With Visual Studio and the MAGE tool, you utilize a user interface where you supply parameters and then click a button to have the implementation generate the ClickOnce manifests. With MSBuild, you saw that you can execute the publish target to generate a ClickOnce deployment. All of these methods serve their purpose; however, one area that is not addressed by the previous methods is generating a ClickOnce deployment as part of a build and deployment process. Figure 9-20 depicts a typical build and deployment process.
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Figure 9-20. A typical build and deployment process
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Figure 9-20 shows that a typical build and deployment process has three phases: build, assemble, and deploy. In the build phase, a script (for example, an MSBuild-based script) is executed to create binaries from the source code. In the assemble phase, the generated assemblies
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are assembled into one or more applications (for example, a smart client or a web application). In the deploy phase, the assembled applications are deployed to one or more servers. Each of the three phases has specific input from the previous phase and generates output, which is used in the next phase. Figure 9-21 shows the input and output of the three phases.
Figure 9-21. The input and output of the three phases of a build process
A build and deployment process generally consists of build, assemble, and deploy phases. The build phase takes the source artifacts and generates assemblies. Typically, you either use the Visual Studio solution file or enumerate the project files. The assemble phase uses the output assemblies from the build phase. The assemble phase is responsible for assembling a deployable application from the generated assemblies. After the assemble phase creates deployable applications, the deploy phase does the actual deployment to servers. The build and deployment process is generally an automated process. To realize the benefits of an automated build and deployment process, you have to write an MSBuild script that automatically generates a ClickOnce deployment. For example, if your solution has a smart
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