Application Files for Click Once showing "C" as FileName fot a lot of files

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
In my click once publication when I got to applicaiton files diaalog by clicking "Applicaiton Files" from Property Pages I see a lot of files with name C. How can I get to see the FileName instead of just "C". Please see the attached file
Question by:rxraza
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    Expert Comment

    Can you please provide the code snippet which fills the Filename column? would like to see how you are updating the FileName column.

    Author Comment

    Code Snippet? Got no code snippet. For an application the referenced binaries are included automatically by Visual Studio for Click Once Deployment using "Publish" Command.

    Accepted Solution

    The problem went away when I restarted Visual Studio.

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