.NET Tutorials, Forums, Interview Questions And Answers
Welcome :Guest
Sign In
Register
 
Win Surprise Gifts!!!
Congratulations!!!


Top 5 Contributors of the Month
Kaviya Balasubramanian
Sgraph Infotech
Imran Ghani
Post New Web Links

Deploy a .NET application on the ttarget machine

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 
Hi all, I have a project, is written in C#, using .Net framework 3.5. When I build a setup installer, capacity of the setup is about 10MB. Suppose,  I put the setup files in a web , and users download it to install in their PC. But i think, Users must be download .NET framework to run my project. In this case, users ought to download a .rar file , which have more 200MB over the internet. It is very heavy :( So, I want to find out the best solution to deploy .NEt application to the client 's PC. Anybody help me,please ? Thanks so much!  


View Complete Post


More Related Resource Links

2.0 application run on a machine with only 3.5 framework?

  
Hi all, This may be a silly question, but will an application developed in VS2005 and normally running on a machine with version 2.0 of the framework, run OK on a machine with only version 3.5 framework? I'm thinking it will as the 2.0 libraries are unchanged in 3.5??? Thanks John

Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators gro

  
ERROR: Using highly-privileged accounts as application pool or as service identities poses a security risk to the farm, and could allow malicious code to execute.  The following services are currently running as accounts in the machine Administrators group: SharePoint Central Administration v4 (Application Pool) SPTimerV4(Windows Service) there are 2 accounts associated with this install. 1. SQL ACCOUNT 2. SP Admin account(farm) the admin account has the following listed components    Farm components using this account      Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Application Pool: SharePoint - 80 SharePoint Server Search Web Analytics Data Processing Service Farm Account User Profile Synchronization Service Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Sandboxed Code Service Access Services Secure Store Service PowerPoint Service Application Word Viewing Service PerformancePoint Service Application Visio Graphics Service Managed Metadata Service Web Analytics Service Application Word Automation Services Excel Services Application Business Data Connectivity Service Search Administration Web Service for Search Service Application User Profile Service Application Search Service Application Application Discovery and Load Balancer Service Application Security Token Service Application   The farm account is not listed in the local machines admi

Deploy XBAP application with WCF Service Reference into multiple environments

  
Hi, we have a multiple environment setup (local, Development servers, QA servers, prod servers, etc.) and we are building an XBAP application that uses WCF Services to connect to databases.  We code and unit test everything locally and then deploy to our Development servers for more thorough unit testing.  The issue that we are having is that we don't see how to update the deployed XBAP application to use the Development server deployed WCF Service.  The only way we've been able to do this is by having to change the reference on my local machine, complie, and redeploy the XBAP.Question:  How do we configure a deployed XBAP's Service Reference to point to the same service on a different server than what it was originally compiled/deployed with?  (Like in some configuration file...NOTE: but we also don't see a config file after deploying the XBAP.)  We don't want to have to update the Service Reference for QA, Prod, Training, Stage, etc. on our local machines, compile and redeploy every time we need to migrate the application to a new environment.Thanks!

Deploy application withou .NET

  

Hi,

I have to deploy an application  to my client, I used VS 2010 and the 3.5 .NET

well I think it's stupid to give my client a 2 Mo or 3 Mo application with a 150 Mo for .NET framework

I mean I think I dont need to oblige him to install the .NET framework, mybe juste some few Dll and evrything is ok, mybe with adding some referance and includ them in the manifes file?

any help please? (I'm uissing winForm dll, LINQ dll, and some other)


Is it possible to deploy a SharePoint portal with all contents from one machine to another

  

Hi,

Is it possible to deploy a SharePoint portal with all contents from one machine to another. Will Content database backup of the site from one machine can be copied to another machine.

Kindly help.


what should be changed to web.config file if i deploy my application to actual server ?

  

Hi,

I have developed a web site application with vb.net code behind.Debugging mode was on.

I have deployed my web site in actual server machine ,but when i open my home page some error is coming related to web.config file.I directly deployed my application to actual server without any change to web.config file.

So, is there any settings required if i deploy my application ? 


Can VS2008 application works on machine only having vs 2010

  

Hi friends,

Can VS2008 developed application works on machine only having vs 2010?

Thanks,

Nagarajan Govindarajan.


How to upload files to remote machine using FTP or other method in VB.Net 2005 (Windows Application)

  

 

I have to create an application to upload and download files using FTP.
Are there any classes, methods in VB.Net 2005(Windows Application) to do this?

I have created a small GUI for this.

It contains 4 text boxes - Path of Local file to be uploaded, IP address of remote machine, User name and password of remote machine At last there is one Transfer button when I click on this transfer button that file should get copied to the remote machine.

 

I tried this using FTPWebRequest class by reading example in msdn.

But to connect to remote machine it requires URI format of FTP and I only have IP address of that remote machine. I think there is no web server on that remote machine.

Should I need to install web server on that remote machine.

Or is there any other method to do upload files to remote machine ?

 


Ready to deploy application on company intranet.. need help

  

I am just about getting ready to deploy my ASP.NET webapplication (C#) which uses .NET 2.0.  I have full access to a Win2k 2003 server with IIS 6.0.


Here are my questions and situations:

1. Only specific users who are part of a security group can access the web app. 

2. Many users are not on the same domain, so I suppose a security group must be created?  So all users are added to one security group?

3. Should I have anonymous access/authentication enabled in this case?

4. How can I set up a way so that when the web application is first accessed, the browser prompts the user for a username/password that is local to entire company IT web server?  When the authentication has been verified, the user is allowed to proceed and the webapplication will load.

5. Will any type of impersonation need to be set in web.config?  Probably not as each user are utilizing their own username as their login credentials?



access iis application from another machine

  

Hi,

I have a local web application working fine on localhost/AppName. But when I try from another m/c on the network, it says IE cannot display the webpage. I can ping the machine on which the application resides, both by name and IP. However the site cannot be accessed. Please help.


Cannot deploy application with SQLce datbase.sdf file. says file path is wrong?!

  

I am trying to deploy a simple windows desktop app using a SQLce database.sdf file. I have followed the steps in this walkthrough about 10 times and I still am having problems. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb546200.aspx

In my app config file my connection string is this:

 

 <add name="VendorTracker_2._0.Properties.Settings.Database1ConnectionString"

          connectionString="Data Source=C:\Users\Eamon\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\VendorTracker 2.0\VendorTracker 2.0\Database1.sdf"

          providerName="Microsoft.SqlServerCe.Client.3.5" />

 

According to the walkthrough, the windows installer should recognize that i am using a sqlce .sdf file and create a new connection string: 

 

<add name="VendorTracker_2._0.Properties.Settings.Database1ConnectionString1"

            connectionString="Data Source=|DataDirectory|\Database1.sdf"

            providerName="Microsoft.SqlServerCe.Client.3.5" />

 

It does add this connection string to the app config file. Now I

How can I deploy a .net application?

  

Could anyone please help me?

I've just finished a .net Application. I used Visual Studio 2008 (c#), and SQL Server 2008. My environment is comprised by this:

1. Network Server: Windows 2003 Server R2, here there is the domain controller. In this server there are two NICS, one that is connected to the ISP which have assigned a public IP to it. The other nic is used for the internal network (the LAN in the company)

2. Application Server: Windows 2008 Server R2. Here I have my .NET application and the Sql Server 2008 with Reporting Services 2008.

Now the problem: What process I must follow to make my application seen on the Internet (currently I am able to run the application from any computer in my LAN, but I do not know what to do to make it run from anywhere)

Would you please help me with this issue or point me to any article or site that explains me this in detail?

P.S. The application server is not inside the company domain. Is it necessary to be in the domain to fix the problem?

Thank you very much in advance,

Marco


Deploy existing ASP.Net Web Application on to Linux Server

  

I have an existing ASP.Net web application currently deployed on IIS on Windows. My database is Oracle and is on Linux Server. I want to migrate my existing application from Windows to Linux. I have heard about tools like Mono and Grasshopper but i am not able to use them. I also want to know whether i need to rebuild the project or my existing published code can directly be used as it is. Any sort of help would be appreciated. Thanks in adavnce.


Deploy custom webservice to web application

  

Hello,

I'm writing custom webservices for SharePoint 2010. Now generally it involves deploying .svc files to the ISAPI directory, which makes them available in http://server/_layouts/_vti_bin.

Works great, but this deploys the webservice to all web applications at once. In a shared environment this isn't preferable. So how can I deploy the webservice to a single webapp? I guess that means the .svc should be somewhere in the database instead of the filesystem. Is this doable and a good solution? Or are there other ways to acheive the same.

I'd like to have a solution which deploys to the web application scope. Updon deployment, I can select the web application(s) to deploy it to which makes the webservice avaiable in those and only those web apps.


MCTS Web Application Development, SharePoint enthousiast.

SGEN error while building 64-bit application on a 32-bit machine

  

Hi,

I am using VS2010 to build a 64-bit application on a 32-bit machine with .Net framework 2.0 (32-bit) installed. When I compile the project, it gave the following error:

SGEN : error : An attempt was made to load an assembly with an incorrect format: C:\path\to\refered.dll

The 'refered.dll' exists in the folder and it is 64-bit. And I need the xmlSerializers.dll.

******

I guess it is because the sgen.exe is 32 bit on the machine and it cannot work on the 64bit dll.  Then I tried coping a 64-bit sgen.exe to the machine and let the VS call that 64bit one. But it does not work as "it is not a valid 32 bit application".

Could anyone help please? Thanks a lot


SGEN error while building 64-bit application on a 32-bit machine

  

Hi,

I am using VS2010 to build a 64-bit application on a 32-bit machine with .Net framework 2.0 (32-bit) installed. When I compile the project, it gave the following error:

SGEN : error : An attempt was made to load an assembly with an incorrect format: C:\path\to\refered.dll

The 'refered.dll' exists in the folder and it is 64-bit. And I need the xmlSerializers.dll.

******

I guess it is because the sgen.exe is 32 bit on the machine and it cannot work on the 64bit dll.  Then I tried coping a 64-bit sgen.exe to the machine and let the VS call that 64bit one. But it does not work as "it is not a valid 32 bit application".

Could anyone help please? Thanks a lot



Action on server to cause launch of application on user's local machine.

  

Is there a way for an application on a server (Windows 2008) on the company intranet to cause an application to run on the user's local machine?

I need to communicate from the server to the local app, perhaps with named pipe (but I'm open to other methods). However, there is the possibility that the local app is not yet running, or went down, so I need to be able to cause it to launch, as well.

Thanks,


Jon Jacobs
This message was composed entirely from recycled electrons.
Categories: 
ASP.NetWindows Application  .NET Framework  C#  VB.Net  ADO.Net  
Sql Server  SharePoint  Silverlight  Others  All   

Hall of Fame    Twitter   Terms of Service    Privacy Policy    Contact Us    Archives   Tell A Friend