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Posted on 2003-11-06
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Hi all,
I need to add dynamic upgradation to an application already built. Its functionality( upgradation) should be very similar to the yahoo/msn messenger upgradation. But this is a very complicated application compared to the messenger. This composes of many dlls .
I don't have any idea how to do this. Can any one provide any doucments or pointers to where i have to start? I'll be grateful if u can give me the complete explanation. Don't tell me that i need to have a web sever where i put the latest versions and client have to download that.
Thanks and Regards,
JD
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Ok I won't tell you that you need a web server because obviously you don't since we have been upgrading software since long before there was an internet.

You need to get all the changed/new dlls and other files to the user in some way.  This can be done via the internet, user request and send as attachment, send a CD, etc.

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Glad I could help

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