Sampy's Blog

ClickOnce and VB .Net

August, 2004

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    The Hosting Process

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    A team mate of mine is new to the blog world and has posted a great piece on the new VS hosting process . Check it out! I actually helped prototype the hosting process when I was an intern 2 years ago. When I wrote it, it was an out of proc COM component...
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    Good Advertising

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    Good to see that XP SP2 is getting some good advertising .   I have it on all my machines at home (I have since RC1) but not on my sole XP machine at work. I'm a member of our internal control group so I'm one of the few 'softies not running SP2....
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    Trust Licenses

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    I've talked with one of the lead ClickOnce program managers about Paul's feedback on my most recent post. His guidance was to sign your ClickOnce manifests with an X509 certificate (possible with the MAGE SDK tool) and have your IT admin deploy that certificate...
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    Quickies

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    First, I got an email asking if ClickOnce supports passing of command line parameters in the URL query string. The answer is a definitive maybe. Your manifest will have a flag in it specifying whether or not to trust those URL parameters. If it's set...
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    Signing Assemblies in Express

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    In higher SKUs of Visual Studio, there is a signing property page that is used for signing the assembly as well as your ClickOnce manifests (it's pretty lame in Beta 1 but I just finished rewriting it for Beta 2 and it's pretty sweet). Unfortunatly for...
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