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Printer QR Code in .NET Part I CLR Basics

Part I CLR Basics
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.NET Framework Deployment goals
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Over the years, Microsoft Windows has gotten a reputation for being unstable and complicated . This reputation, whether deserved or not, is the result of many different factors . First, all applications use dynamic-link libraries (DLLs) from Microsoft or other vendors . Because an application executes code from various vendors, the developer of any one piece of code can t be 100 percent sure how someone else is going to use it . Although this kind of interaction can potentially cause all kinds of trouble, in practice, these problems don t typically arise because applications are tested and debugged before they are deployed . Users, however, frequently run into problems when one company decides to update its code and ships new files to them . These new files are supposed to be backward-compatible with the previous files, but who knows for sure In fact, when one vendor updates its code, it usually finds it impossible to retest and debug all of the already-shipped applications to ensure that the changes will have no undesirable effect . I m sure that everyone reading this book has experienced some variation of this problem: when installing a new application, you discover that it has somehow corrupted an alreadyinstalled application . This predicament is known as DLL hell . This type of instability puts fear into the hearts and minds of the typical computer user . The end result is that users have to carefully consider whether to install new software on their machines . Personally, I ve decided not to try out certain applications out of fear that it might adversely affect some application I really rely on . The second reason that contributed to the aforementioned reputation of Windows is installation complexities . Today, when most applications are installed, they affect all parts of the system . For example, installing an application causes files to be copied to various directories, updates registry settings, and installs shortcuts on your desktop and Start menu . The problem with this is that the application isn t isolated as a single entity . You can t easily back up the application since you must copy the application s files and also the relevant parts of the registry . In addition, you can t easily move the application from one machine to another; you must run the installation program again so that all files and registry settings are set properly . Finally, you can t easily uninstall or remove the application without having this nasty feeling that some part of the application is still lurking on your machine . The third reason has to do with security . When applications are installed, they come with all kinds of files, many of them written by different companies . In addition, Web applications frequently have code (like ActiveX controls) that is downloaded in such a way that users don t even realize that code is being installed on their machine . Today, this code can perform any operation, including deleting files or sending e-mail . Users are right to be terrified of installing new applications because of the potential damage they can cause . To make users comfortable, security must be built into the system so that the users can explicitly allow or disallow code developed by various companies to access their system s resources .
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The .NET Framework addresses the DLL hell issue in a big way, as you ll see while reading this chapter and 3 . It also goes a long way toward fixing the problem of having an application s state scattered all over a user s hard disk . For example, unlike COM, types no longer require settings in the registry . Unfortunately, applications still require shortcut links . As for security, the .NET Framework includes a security model called code access security . Whereas Windows security is based on a user s identity, code access security is based on permissions that host applications that loading components can control . A host application like Microsoft Silverlight can grant just a few permissions to downloaded code, while a locally installed (self-hosting) application could run with full trust (all permissions) . As you ll see, the .NET Framework enables users to control what gets installed and what runs, and in general, to control their machines, more than Windows ever did .
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