How to deploy an application in version 100.3

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08-16-2018 05:06 AM
OleJuul1
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How do I make an VS 2015 deployment file (msi) who includes the ArcGISRuntime100.3?

I have read this article Deploy your app—ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET | ArcGIS for Developers but I still can not figure it out.

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dotMorten_esri
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You don't need the deployment tool any longer. When you compile your deployment is automatically made to the output folder. So you will need to have the MSI include all the files and folders that's in your \bin\release\ folder (Ie mainly .exe, *.dll and everything below \arcgisruntime100.3\).

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JoeHershman
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You would need to start by installing the setup project extension Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Installer Projects - Visual Studio Marketplace 

At that point I think you would just need to include the ArcGISRuntime100.3 folder in your application folder where the project output is being installed.

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OleJuul1
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I have already installed VC2015 Installer Projects but I can not figure out how to add a hole folder to a setup file (I can make my own folder and put items in it). I have made a deployment before for version version 10.2.7 with the use of a Deployment.arcgisruntimemanifest file but it seems that you can not use this any more

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dotMorten_esri
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You don't need the deployment tool any longer. When you compile your deployment is automatically made to the output folder. So you will need to have the MSI include all the files and folders that's in your \bin\release\ folder (Ie mainly .exe, *.dll and everything below \arcgisruntime100.3\).

/Morten

OleJuul1
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I didn't knew how to add a folder + subfolders to the application folder in the msi-setup and then it was just a simple drag & drop from Explorer (you cann't do it though the rigth click menu). Problem solved :)

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