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Using the updater application block version 2.0 and Enterprise library

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I will want to use the updater application block in my c# application to get recent versions of my application. I have looked at the microsoft document and it doesnt show a step by step process. Does anyone have a step by step approach to this and how I can implement this using the Enterprise library too.

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by:Sirdots
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Thanks. This is not what I am looking for.
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gregoryyoung earned 1500 total points
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yeah thats for the data access block ... not real helpful :)

http://www.knowdotnet.com/articles/uabdirectoriesandfiles.html may help you a bit (wrapper dll)

http://www.devx.com/dotnet/Article/21913/0/page/1 is also a good overview

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