<assemblyIdentity> Element (ClickOnce Application)
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Identifies the application deployed in a ClickOnce deployment.
<assemblyIdentity name version publicKeyToken processorArchitecture language />
Elements and Attributes
assemblyIdentity element is required. It contains no child elements and has the following attributes.
||Required. Identifies the name of the application.
||Required. Specifies the version number of the application in the following format:
||Optional. Specifies a 16-character hexadecimal string that represents the last 8 bytes of the
Although signing an assembly is recommended but optional, this attribute is required. If an assembly is unsigned, you should copy a value from a self-signed assembly or use a "dummy" value of all zeros.
||Required. Specifies the processor. The valid values are
||Required. Identifies the two part language codes (for example,
The following code example illustrates an
assemblyIdentity element in a ClickOnce application manifest. This code example is part of a larger example provided in ClickOnce Application Manifest.
<asmv1:assemblyIdentity name="My Application Deployment.exe" version="126.96.36.199" publicKeyToken="43cb1e8e7a352766" language="neutral" processorArchitecture="x86" type="win32" />