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Oop .NET Framework Client Profile was a great reply from .Net team because it’s full fill the need of those customers how are wary and ask questions from Microsoft for small .Net framework for its client application deployment. One thing that I want mention here is .Net Framework Client Profile is a subset of .Net 3.5 and it’s available in .Net Framework 3.5 SP1. Download .Net Framework Client Profile is came into begin with following things keep in minds.

  • Small framework runtime.
  • Smart, faster application deployment.
  • Client Application focused feature set:

o    Common Language Runtime (CLR)

o    ClickOnce  application deployment

o    Windows Forms

o    WPF

o    WCF



Fig.1 .Net Framework Client Profile

Beta release of .Net 3.5 Sp1 contains the following assemblies in the Client Profile.

·          BCL, "Core FX," and LINQ

CustomMarshalers
ISymWrapper
mscorlib
sysglobl
System
System.AddIn
System.AddIn.Contract
System.Configuration
System.Configuration.Install
System.Core
System.Security

·          Visual Basic and Visual C++ Language Support

Microsoft.VisualBasic
Microsoft.VisualC

·          XML

System.Xml
System.Xml.Linq

·          Windows Forms

Accessibility
System.Drawing
System.Windows.Forms

·          WPF

PresentationCore
PresentationFramework
PresentationFramework.Aero
PresentationFramework.Classic
PresentationFramework.Luna
PresentationFramework.Royale
PresentationUI
ReachFramework

System.Printing
System.Windows.Presentation
UIAutomationClient
UIAutomationClientsideProviders
UIAutomationProvider
UIAutomationTypes
WindowsBase
WindowsFormsIntegration

·          ClickOnce

System.Deployment

·          WCF, Web Services, Remoting, and Serialization

System.IdentityModel
System.Runtime.Remoting
System.Runtime.Serialization
System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Soap
System.ServiceModel
System.ServiceModel.Web
System.ServiceModel.Install
System.Transactions
System.Web.Services

·          Data Access

System.Data
System.Data.SqlXml
System.Data.DataSetExtensions
System.Data.Services.Client

·          Peer to Peer

System.Net

·          Active Directory and Enterprise Services

System.DirectoryServices
System.EnterpriseServices

Above assemblies are necessary assemblies for any .Net application, so that why all of them are available in .Net Framework Client Profile  according to the .Net team.

Posted on Thursday, June 5, 2008 7:18 AM .Net | Back to top


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I guess some formatting issue with your article..It lost the readbility..
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