kornelpal at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 8 08:09:51 EDT 2005
> From: Martin Hinks
> Ah, ok - thanks Kornel - so basically NTD is handled by the IDE
>whereas Click Once is a feature of the Runtime.
Not exactly.:) Both of them are features of runtime and Visual Studio .NET
has a wizard to create configuration files and upload files to web server.
> From: Sebastien Pouliot
> ClickOnce has a strong dependency on CAS, which is actually being worked
> (but won't be rock solid for quite some time). Anyone wishing to help on
> ClickOnce (and it's dependencies) is welcome to contribute.
I think Click Once is a set of runtime features that can be made safer with
CAS but it can be implemented on a runtime that has no CAS (supports the
methods but does nothig) but that implementation will run in full trust
allways. Click Once has the ability to request full trust so it is not a
feature inside CAS it is a deployment infrastructure.
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