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You can use your application s .config file to change or override settings in the Machine.config file. In addition, you can define application-specific configuration settings such as identifying compatible versions of the .NET Framework or specifying the location of shared assemblies. The Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration tool allows you to manage the assembly cache, configure assembly version binding and codebases, configure remoting services, and manage applications.
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Lesson Review
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You can use the following questions to test your knowledge of the information in Lesson 2, Configuring the .NET Framework. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
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Answers
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Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
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1. You are creating an assembly named MyClasses.dll. The classes in your assembly will be accessed by several different applications installed on your computer. You would like all the applications to access the same instance of the assembly. How can you allow other applications to reference the MyClasses.dll assembly centrally (Choose all that apply.) A. Use the .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration tool to add MyClasses.dll to the list of configured assemblies. B. Use the .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration tool to add MyClasses.dll to the assembly cache. C. Use Visual Studio to enable delay signing on the assembly. D. Use Visual Studio to add a Setup project to the MyClasses solution. 2. You develop a Windows Forms application using version 3.5 of the .NET Framework. You test the assembly using .NET Framework version 1.1 and verify that it works correctly. Some computers in your organization do not have a more recent version of the .NET Framework. Which element can you add to your application s .config file to allow the assembly to run using .NET Framework version 1.1 if that is the only version installed on the computer A. codeBase B. assemblyIdentity C. supportedRuntime D. DEVPATH 3. You currently have two instances of Visual Studio open. You are using one instance to develop a class library, and you are using the second instance to create a WPF application that references the class library. You would like the WPF application to be able to access the referenced class library in the build folder, but you don t want to add the class library to the assembly cache. Which environment variable should you add A. DEVPATH B. PATH C. APPDATA D. PATHEXT
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Lesson 3: Installing Applications
Lesson 3: Installing Applications
Typically, you can create an application installer by adding a Setup project to your solution. However, the .NET Framework also allows you to implement custom installers. Exercise 1 in this lesson walks you through the straightforward process of creating a standard Setup project. Creating a standard Setup project isn t covered by the 70-536 certification exam and doesn t require a conceptual overview. Therefore, the remainder of this lesson and Exercise 2 show you how to create a custom installer.
After this lesson, you will be able to: Create a custom installer Estimated lesson time: 15 minutes
Creating Custom Installers
Visual Studio provides Setup projects that makes creating an installer for most applications very straightforward. For an example of how to create a standard Setup project, complete Exercise 1 at the end of this lesson. Sometimes, however, you might need more complete control over application installation. In these circumstances, you can create a custom instance of the Installer class (part of the System.Configuration.Install namespace). Installer provides four methods that you can overwrite for different phases of installation and uninstallation:
Install
The method primarily responsible for verifying prerequisites (including that the user has sufficient privileges), copying files, and configuring other resources required by the application.
Commit Commit is called after Install completes successfully. In the Commit phase, you should finalize the installation.
This phase is called only if installation fails or is cancelled. The Rollback phase should remove any files and settings configured during the Install phase so that Install either completely succeeds or leaves no trace of a failed attempt.
Rollback Uninstall The Uninstall phase occurs only after a successful installation, when the user requests the application be removed. It should remove all traces of an application.
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