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.NET Framework Developer's GuidePackaging and Deploying ResourcesThe .NET Framework uses a hub and spoke model to package and deploy resources. The hub is the main assembly that contains the nonlocalizable executable code and the resources for a single culture, called the neutral or default culture. The default culture is the fallback culture for the application. Each spoke connects to a satellite
Last modified by Microsoft on 2/5/2008 5:44:55 AM
Tags:  deploy  packaging  resource
All Zip files are not Packages (Package Class (System.IO.Packaging))
While Packages are stored as Zip files*, all Zip files are not Packages. Packages have special requirements such as URI-compliant file (part) names and a "[Content_Types].xml" file that defines the MIME types for all the files contained in the Package. The Package class cannot be used to open arbitary Zip files that do not conform to the Open Packaging Conventions standard. For further details see
Last modified by Jack Davis - MSFT on 8/29/2007 5:54:19 PM
All Zip files are not Packages (System.IO.Packaging Namespace)
While Packages are stored as Zip files*, all Zip files are not Packages. Packages have special requirements such as URI-compliant file (part) names and a "[Content_Types].xml" file that defines the MIME types for all the files contained in the Package. The Package class cannot be used to open arbitary Zip files that do not conform to the Open Packaging Conventions standard. For further details see
Last modified by Jack Davis - MSFT on 8/29/2007 5:51:59 PM
Tags:  conventions  opc  open  packaging
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