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After choosing the updates, click the Publish Now button. This begins the process of publishing the application to the location identified. You can follow the progress of the publishing by looking at the status in the bottom-left corner of the project properties window. When the publishing is completed, the status will be Publish Succeeded. Also, when the publishing is completed, a Web browser will appear with the deployment page. The deployment page has the application name, the version, and an Install button, as shown in Figure 9-3. Click the Install button and install the application. Immediately after installing the application, the application will be executed.
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When you attempt to install an assembly into the GAC, the security components of the CLR must first verify that the digital signature on the assembly is valid. If there is no digital signature, or if it is invalid, the system will not install it into the GAC. This is a one-time check, however. After an assembly is in the GAC, no further checks are required when it is referenced by a running program. The gacutil.exe command-line utility allows you to add and delete assemblies from the GAC, and list the assemblies it contains. The three most useful flags are the following: /i: Inserts an assembly into the GAC /u: Uninstalls an assembly from the GAC /l: Lists the assemblies in the GAC
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If proxy.IsServerRemote Then ApplicationContext.SetGlobalContext(result.GlobalContext) End If The details around context are discussed later in the chapter. With the server call complete, the DataPortalInvokeComplete event is raised: OnDataPortalInvokeComplete(New DataPortalEventArgs(dpContext)) Finally, the business object created and loaded with data on the server is returned to the factory method that called DataPortal.Fetch() in the first place. Remember that in a physical n-tier scenario, this is a copy of the object that was created on the server. .NET serialized the object on the server, transferred its data to the client, and deserialized it on the client. This object being returned as a result of the Fetch() method exists on the client workstation and so can be used by other client-side objects and UI components in a very efficient manner.
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To perform the console output, Console::WriteLine(Object^) calls ToString on the object passed. System::Enum implements a special overload for ToString. You can use the following application to explore the behavior of Enum::ToString: // managedEnum1.cpp // build with "cl /clr:safe managedEnum1.cpp" enum class Color : unsigned char { Red = 1, Blue = 2, Yellow = 4 }; using namespace System; int main() { Color c = Color::Red; Console::WriteLine(c); c = Color::Red | Color::Blue; Console::WriteLine(c); } Executing this application causes an output that is probably surprising: Red 3 When the value Color::Red is passed to Console::WriteLine, the literal name Red is written to the console. Enum::ToString is able to read the literal names from the enum type s metadata. When the value Color::Red | Color::Blue is passed instead, the numeric value 3 appears. In addition to the enum literals, the ToString overload is aware of the System::FlagsAttribute. This attribute can be applied to a managed enum to express that bitwise-or combinations are valid values. When the attribute is applied to the Color type, the expression (Color::Red | Color::Blue).ToString() evaluates to Red, Blue. Here is a piece of code that uses an enum with the FlagsAttribute: // managedEnum2.cpp // build with "cl /clr:safe managedEnum2.cpp" using namespace System; [Flags] enum class Color { Red = 1,
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