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how can i give vesion to my C#.net window application ??

Posted on 2011-03-02
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i want to know that how can i give vesion to my C#.net window application ??

for ex.

system_config.exe (executable file)

version : 1.0.0.0


now how can i update this version ? what are the procedure for update version of window applivation ??

give me some suggestions ....
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Question by:Parth48
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by:Todd Gerbert
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If you right-click on your project in Visual Studio and choose Properties, and then click the Assembly Information... button on the Application tab, you can enter an assembly version and a file version.

The assembly version is used by .Net to distinguish between different versions of the same assembly. The file version is what you see when you right-click a file and look at it's properties; the file version is really just for display and doesn't have much significance to anything.

I usually make the two the same on my applications.
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Asim Nazir earned 500 total points
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Refer the image attached:

 Assembly Versioning
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by:Carl Tawn
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If you want any of the numbers to automatically increment with each build then you can set the value to "*". That way you don;t have to manually change the version number for each build.
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