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Deploying Microsoft Office Solutions by Using Visual Studio 2010 and Windows Installer (Mary Lee, Saurabh Bhatia)
In Visual Studio 2010, you can use the ClickOnce and Windows Installer deployment technologies to deploy Office solutions that target both Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office 2010. The main advantage of using Windows Installer to deploy your Office solutions is to install application-level add...
19 Aug 2010
Tricks with app.config and ClickOnce deployment (Saurabh Bhatia)
Storing settings in the config File The app.config file is used for many purposes and one of common uses is for storing application settings like connection strings. For example, you can store a string to the web service reference used by your application in the app.config file. The idea behind...
9 Mar 2010
Deploying your VSTO add-ins to All Users (Saurabh Bhatia)
An often-requested feature for VSTO add-ins is the ability to install an add-in for all users of a machine. Misha Shneerson had blogged about a workaround to enable this scenario here . This workaround is not recommended. Now, deploying an add-in to All Users is supported for both Microsoft Office 2007...
8 Mar 2010
Visual Studio 2010: Specify advanced publishing options (Saurabh Bhatia)
I have previously posted how you can specify various properties for a VSTO solution like the Publisher and Product Names by tweaking a few files in Visual Studio 2008. With Visual Studio 2010 ( Beta 2 ) you can edit these properties directly through the Publish Page. All Office projects in Visual Studio...
19 Oct 2009
Issues with installing VSTO projects that were published from Visual Studio 2008 on Windows 7 RC (Saurabh Bhatia)
Many customers have reported issues with installing a VSTO project that has been published with Visual Studio 2008 running on the recently released Windows 7 Release Candidate. If you published your solution using VS2008 on a machine running the Windows 7 RC and then you try to install the solution...
7 May 2009
Signing and re-signing manifests in ClickOnce (Saurabh Bhatia)
ClickOnce manifest signing can be a little confusing for someone going through the process the very first time. This is probably because it involves signing multiple files in a particular sequence. Once you understand the process conceptually it becomes fairly easy to follow. In this post, I hope to...
29 Apr 2009
Channel 9 Interview: Resigning ClickOnce Application and Deployment Manifests with MAGE (Beth Massi, Saurabh Bhatia)
I just posted another interview on Channel 9 . I sit down again with Saurabh Bhatia, a Program Manager on the Office Client team, who is responsible for the ClickOnce publishing functionality in Visual Studio. We chat about trust issues and certificates and he sets me straight on how ClickOnce deployment...
8 Apr 2009
Specifying a Product Name, Publisher Name and other properties for VSTO solutions (Saurabh Bhatia)
Many customers have requested how to specify options like a Product or Publisher Name for Office 2007 VSTO solutions deployed from Visual Studio 2008. However, you cannot specify these properties in the Visual Studio IDE. In this post, I will describe the various other options you have to specify these...
11 Jun 2008
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