Deployment Walkthroughs

[This documentation is for preview only, and is subject to change in later releases. Blank topics are included as placeholders.]

The following pages provide step-by-step examples of common deployment scenarios by using Visual Studio.

Deploying a Windows Application

Guides you through deploying an application to another computer.

Installing Shared Components Using Merge Modules

Guides you through packaging a component in a merge module and then including the merge module in an installer.

Creating a Custom Action

Guides you through creating a custom action to send a user to a Web site following installation.

Using a Custom Action to Display a Message at Installation

Guides you through creating a custom action to pass data entered during installation to a custom action that modifies a configuration file.

Using a Custom Action to Pre-Compile an Assembly at Installation

Guides you through creating a custom action to pre-compile an assembly after installation.

Using a Custom Action to Create a Database at Installation

Guides you through creating a custom action to create a database during installation.

Redirecting an Application to Target a Different XML Web Service at Installation

Demonstrates how to create a Web application that can be redirected to target a different XML Web service by using the URL Behavior property, an Installer class, and a Web Setup project.

Topic

Description

Deploying a ClickOnce Application Manually

Explains how to use .NET Framework utilities to deploy your ClickOnce application.

Downloading Assemblies on Demand with the ClickOnce Deployment API

Demonstrates how to mark certain assemblies in your application as "optional," and how to download them using classes in the System.Deployment.Application namespace

Downloading Assemblies On Demand with the ClickOnce Deployment API Using the Designer

Explains how to download application assemblies only when they are first used by the application.

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