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Hello
I would like to find out where (in what file) do settings get saved when my application runs (made with windows forms - after i publish my application, not when i debug it). All my settings are saved with the Scope being "User" and the default value being 0.
For example i got this code
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  1. int x;
  2. x = Properties.Settings.Default.xSetting;
  3. private void buttonAdd_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
  4. {
  5.   x++;
  6. }
  7. private void buttonSave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
  8. {
  9.   Properties.Settings.Default.xSetting = x;
  10. }
  11.  
So when i click the buttonAdd button it increase the x, when i click the buttonSave it saves the setting. I know where the default setting is saved, i cant find any file where the new settings are saved, the ones that change from one runtime to the other.

Thanks anticipated.
Oct 2 '11
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GaryTexmo
1,501 Recognized Expert Top Contributor
No it doesn't uninstall it, it just updates the binaries in the installation folder.
Oct 5 '11 #21
Andrei Pistol
26 New Member
:O

I must learn how! I've read a lot about it but every "guide" was really complicated, they said first i must make an xml with the version, then compare the 2 versions (the new one and the old one) and if bla then bla, if not then....ugh, i kinda stopped there since there were a few pages. Do you know any cleaner solutions?
Oct 5 '11 #22
GaryTexmo
1,501 Recognized Expert Top Contributor
Check the options on the publish tab, there should be something that asks how your application should check for updates (and possibly what it should do about it). Have a look in there.
Oct 5 '11 #23
Andrei Pistol
26 New Member
I need to upload it on the net first, and i don't know exactly what to upload, the WHOLE source? Neither do i know how to upload it, as in, most uploading sites give you the site where if clicked you automatically start the downloading process.
Oct 5 '11 #24
GaryTexmo
1,501 Recognized Expert Top Contributor
When you click the publish button on the publish tab, it will generate files. This is what you put on your server. The user will run the .application file and it will deploy to their machine. You also have to put the site/folder it deploys from in the publish information.
Oct 6 '11 #25

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