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Deploying and Running a .NET Assembly Project

After you create a .NET Assembly project, you can deploy it from the Project painter or from a context menu on the project object in the System Tree.

When you deploy a .NET Assembly project, PowerBuilder creates an assembly DLL from the nonvisual user objects you selected in the wizard or project painter. If you also listed a setup file name, PowerBuilder creates an MSI file that includes the assembly DLL and any resource files you listed in the wizard or Project painter.

Note: You can use the Runtime Packager to copy required PowerBuilder runtime files to deployment computers.

For information on required runtime files, see Checklist for Deployment
. For information about the Runtime Packager, see Application Techniques > Deploying Applications and Components.

You can run or debug an assembly project from the PowerBuilder UI if you fill in the Application field (and optionally, the Argument and Start In fields) on the project Run tab in the Project painter.

Parent topic: .NET Assembly Targets

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