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Online applications are downloaded (to the ClickOnce cache) every time the application is launched. After the application is downloaded, however, there is no need for a network connection, unless the application requires it (for example, to get data). Offline applications are installed locally and executed via a shortcut from the Start menu. Moreover, this mode of deployment does not require a network connection because the application, along with the deployment manifest, is cached locally on the client machine. Offline-mode applications also get versioned on the client and are available through Add/Remove Programs, just like traditional thick clients. Finally, offline applications can have various update policies (for example, checking for updates at start-up) and are installed on a per-user basis (that is, do not require an administrator). Note that the deployment element also has an optional attribute named minimumRequiredVersion that can control the earliest version that can be run by clients. For example, you could use this tag to ensure that all clients run version 1.2.7.5 of the application and nothing older. The subscription element within the deployment element is an optional element that determines when to check for updates for the application. If the tag is not defined in the deployment manifest, then ClickOnce does not check for updates for the application. Note also that if the application is deployed in online mode, then ClickOnce will ignore this tag because the application will always run the latest version of the application from its deployed location (for example, the Web server). When the subscription element is defined and the application is deployed in offline mode, then ClickOnce can be configured to check for updates, either on application start-up or on an interval after start-up, by using the required update element. The update element has two optional elements: beforeApplicationStartup and expiration. To check for updates at start-up, the beforeApplicationStartup element has to be defined within the update tag. Alternatively, you can use the expiration element to construct a finer-grained update-check policy. For example, you can configure update checks to happen on an hourly, daily, or weekly basis. Note that when using the expiration update policy, ClickOnce checks for updates in the background while the application runs. When an update becomes available, the user sees a dialog box to install the newest version the next time the application is launched, not immediately. The deploymentProvider element defines where the deployment manifest lives and where updates come from. This may seem like overkill because the user first clicks a link to get to the application manifest, and now the manifest has a link to itself. This turns out to be useful in situations where the application is deployed outside ClickOnce but uses the update facility provided by ClickOnce. For example, large applications can be distributed with a DVD and can still be updated via ClickOnce by using deploymentProvider. The dependency element determines the specifics of the application to install (for example, the version and actual assemblies). Note that this tag actually points to the application manifest (via the codebase attribute). An application manifest file is how ClickOnce enables application authors to deploy and manage versions of an application on the client and the server. Application manifest files are also XML files that end with the .manifest extension and contain everything required by the application for a particular version. Figure 7-2 shows a sample application manifest file.
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CHAPTER 14 DEVELOPING A TRANSPORT CHANNEL
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CHAPTER 8 WORKING WITH THE DATA
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The Show Password Hints option can be helpful if you need a hint to remind you of your password. But use caution here: this is a prime example of a security hole that can be easily exploited. While the hint box can help you to remember your password, it can also give someone trying to guess your password valuable insight into what the password may be. Put some thought into it and use an obscure connection to the password, something only you would know. For example, My dog s name, may seem harmless enough, but an acquaintance familiar with you and your pets would find it extremely easy to guess your password. Something like bone sleuth with numbers might jog your memory and be obvious to you, but not so obvious to others. Again, there is no substitute for the use of strong passwords. And whatever you do, do not enter the actual password into the password hint field (trust us, it happens all the time). One-word answers are guaranteed to be the first words that will be attempted when guessing your password.
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Run the application again. You can see the changes that have been made to the TextBlock labels, as shown in Figure 12-2.
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CHAPTER 11 PARAMETERIZED FUNCTIONS AND TYPES
When sending e-mail to customers, sometimes it is a good idea to let it sit for a few minutes while you read it over a couple times. If practical, have a trusted coworker take a look at it as well. E-mail is a great communication tool when there are details that need to be conveyed, but getting someone else s perspective on the text can be a good idea on e-mail messages that you consider important. I ve personally asked a coworker to help edit important e-mails a number of times. Following a couple of e-mail faux pas, I have become more conscious of rereading many of my e-mails before hitting the Send button. Simply put, you must be nice. Even if someone is not being nice to you. If that is the case, then you need to find out why they are not being nice. Is it that they did not know about an SLA, did not understand the SLA, or did not care about the SLA Could you have communicated something better Is there a way to avoid this issue or misunderstanding in the future A lot of people have no idea what you do for work all day long. By the time they contact you, they are short on time. Try to keep those things in mind before you let your fingers get ahead of your brain and you click Send.
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CHAPTER 8 SE NDING E-MAIL
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