Thursday, December 13, 2007

Problems that are fixed in the .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 1

At last!!!

Microsoft just published the so missed article (KB 945757):

Problems that are fixed in the .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 1

Thanks Memi for updating me on this.

 

If you compare it with the list I have supplied - you can see that are a lot more fixes in the SP1 than I have succeed to find (70 in my list vs. 161 in the SP1)

But there at least some hotfix in my list which haven't entered the SP1 (944100, 943598 and 943175 for example).

Probably those were fixed too late for entering Service Pack 1 - so if you need them fixed - ask for the specific hotfix.

 

So now - go read the full list - and decide if/when to deploy it.

Good luck.

5 comments:

Sachin Palewar said...

Any ideas on how can existing users of a click once application get upgraded to framework SP1? Any option to push the SP via click once? Bcos if we need to ask all the users to install the service pack manually, it defeats the purpose of click once.

Just wanted to know if you have any suggestions? Thanks in advance...

Sachin Palewar said...

I subscribed for follow up comments so you can reply me via comment here as well if you want.

Jon said...

I'm embarrassed to say it, but I have never used ClickOnce installations... So I don't have a clue regarding pushing updates to the client.

However I can guess that ClickOnce has some prerequisite mechanism which you can use to tell the users machine to install something.
So you would be able to add SP1 as a prerequisite to push the update.

Sorry if I wrote nonsense...

Sachin Palewar said...

Thanks for your suggestion Jon. Adding a custom pre-requisite is also not straight-forward in click-once though. But probably that's the way I should go.

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