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resources Windows Server 2012 resources Programs MSDN subscriptions Overview Benefits Administrators Students Microsoft Imagine Microsoft Student Partners ISV Startups TechRewards Events Community Magazine Forums Blogs Channel 9 Documentation APIs and reference Dev centers Retired content Samples We’re sorry. The content you requested has been removed. You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. MSBuild MSBuild Reference Task Reference Task Reference GenerateDeploymentManifest Task GenerateDeploymentManifest Task GenerateDeploymentManifest Task Visual C++ Tasks Task Base Class TaskExtension Base Class ToolTaskExtension Base Class AL (Assembly Linker) Task AspNetCompiler Task AssignCulture Task AssignProjectConfiguration Task AssignTargetPath Task CallTarget Task CombinePath Task ConvertToAbsolutePath Task Copy Task CreateCSharpManifestResourceName Task CreateItem Task CreateProperty Task CreateVisualBasicManifestResourceName Task Csc Task Delete Task Error Task Exec Task FindAppConfigFile Task FindInList Task FindUnderPath Task FormatUrl Task FormatVersion Task GenerateApplicationManifest Task GenerateBootstrapper Task GenerateDeploymentManifest Task GenerateResource Task GenerateTrustInfo Task GetAssemblyIdentity Task GetFrameworkPath Task GetFrameworkSdkPath Task GetReferenceAssemblyPaths Task LC Task MakeDir Task Message Task Move Task MSBuild Task ReadLinesFromFile Task RegisterAssembly Task RemoveDir Task RemoveDuplicates Task RequiresFramework35SP1Assembly Task ResolveAssemblyReference Task ResolveComReference Task ResolveKeySource Task ResolveManifestFiles Task ResolveNativeReference Task ResolveNonMSBuildProjectOutput Task SGen Task SignFile Task Touch Task UnregisterAssembly Task UpdateManifest Task Vbc Task Warning Task WriteCodeFragment Task WriteLinesToFile Task XmlPeek Task XmlPoke Task XslTransformation Task TOC Collapse the table of content Expand the table of content This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. GenerateDeploymentManifest Task Visual Studio 2015 Other Versions Visual Studio 2013 Visual Studio 2012 Visual Studio 2010 .NET Framework 4 Visual Studio 2008 .NET Framework 3.5 .NET Framework 3.0 .NET Framework 2.0 Generates a ClickOnce deployment manifest. A ClickOnce deployment manifest describes the deployment of an application by defining a unique identity for the deployment, identifying deployment trait
SQL Server 2014 Express resources Windows Server 2012 resources Programs MSDN subscriptions Overview Benefits Administrators Students Microsoft Imagine Microsoft Student Partners ISV Startups TechRewards Events Community Magazine Forums Blogs Channel 9 Documentation APIs and reference Dev centers Retired content Samples We’re sorry. The content you requested has been removed. You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. Ask a question Quick access Forums home Browse forums users FAQ Search related threads Remove From My Forums Asked by: Building in .NET 2.0 Framework after in Framework 3.x Archived Forums Visual Studio > Visual Studio Tools for Office 2008 (Pre-release) Question 0 Sign in to vote I originally developed my Outlook addin application in VS 2005 for .NET https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/3k2t34e7.aspx 2.0. I opened my solution in VS 2008 and went through the necessary conversion changes and my application worked fine. I realized that VS 2008 automatically was building my code for .NET 3.5 and I decided to build for .NET 2.0 and I always recieve this error: "EntryPoint not specified for manifest targeting Framework version 'v2.0'. Please specify an EntryPoint or set a TargetFrameworkVersion of v3.5 or higher." I do https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/d7504512-7d5f-4f9e-ac43-469d9ff44e4b/building-in-net-20-framework-after-in-framework-3x?forum=vsofficetools2008prerelease get this messages from MS Help: Make sure that you specify valid entry points in your manifests. For an application manifest, a valid entry point is an .exe file. For a deployment manifest, a valid entry point is an application manifest. However that doesn't help me much because I am not sure where I specify this and I cannot see anything different in my project properties. Thanks in advanced Monday, November 05, 2007 8:51 AM All replies 0 Sign in to vote After checking in all my project items, I noticed that during the build in VS 2008, VS wants to edit my project properties to sign the ClickOnce manifest. I forced VS not to edit any files by canceling any checkouts during build and this is the new error that I get: Cannot build because the ClickOnce manifest signing option is not selected. To select this option, open the project property pages, click the Signing tab, and then select "Sign the ClickOnce manifests." It seems that I am forced to build with ClickOnce manifests signed and when it does build with that, I receive the previous post's 'EntryPoint' error. Monday, November 05, 2007 9:17 AM 0 Sign in to vote I've moved this thread to the VS
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Rich Internet Applications Guide > Security > JAR File Manifest Attributes for Security Contents Overview Permissions Attribute Codebase Attribute Application-Name Attribute Application-Library-Allowable-Codebase Attribute Caller-Allowable-Codebase Attribute Entry-Point Attribute Trusted-Only Attribute Trusted-Library Attribute Additional Information Overview The JAR file manifest contains information about the contents of the JAR file, including security and configuration information. Use the manifest attributes described in this section to enhance the security of running RIAs from a browser. Add the attributes to the manifest before the JAR file is signed. See Modifying a Manifest File in the Java Tutorial for information on adding attributes to the JAR manifest file. Note: These attributes apply to signed applets and Java Web Start applications. These attributes are ignored for stand-alone Java applications. Permissions Attribute The Permissions attribute is used to verify that the permissions level requested by the RIA when it runs matches the permissions level that was set when the JAR file was created. Use this attribute to help prevent someone from re-deploying an application that is signed with your certificate and running it at a different privilege level. Set this attribute to one of the following values: sandbox - Indicates that the RIA runs in the security sandbox and does not require additional permissions. all-permissions - Indicates that the RIA requires access to the user's system resources. For Java Web Start applications and applets that use JNLP, the value of the Permissions attribute must match the permissions level requested in the JNLP file, or match the default permission if no permissions level is requested. Otherwise, an error is shown and the RIA is blocked. See Structure of the JNLP File for information on the security element that is used to request the permissions level. If the element is not present, the permissions level defaults to sandbox. For applets that do not use JNLP, the value of the Permissions attribute must match the permissions level requested in the applet tag. Otherwise, an error is shown and the RIA is blocked. If the applet tag does not contain a permissions level, then signed applets run with the permissions level set by the Permissions attribute. See Deploying with the Applet Tag for information on setting the permissions level in the applet tag. If the Security Level slider in the Java Control Panel is set