Hi all,
I am new to this technology.
I sequenced an application and published in server and successfully launched it in the client.
Now i want to add a dll to my package.
Is it possible to add that dll without sequencing again?

Thanks in advance.
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can you please specify excatly which application have you sequenced?
Answered 02/18/2008 by: sandy
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You don't have to "re-sequence" exactly, but you do an "open for upgrade, run the Installation Wizard, add your dll or whatever and
save.. This'll give you a 'new version' which you'll have to import into your VAS.

Alternatively, if it's absolutely essential that you don't touch the sequencer then you could import the file with a pre-launch script, but I'd steer away from that method if you can..
Answered 02/19/2008 by: DannyC
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Yeah you have to be careful what you do in a pre-launch script that runs in the virtual environment. If you copy 10 MB of data into the sequence then 10 MB of additional data could wind up in each user's SoftGrid user cache. If you want to control the size of this cache you should package large changes into the sequence itself so that the 10 MB of data would only be added to the SoftGrid global cache on the machine which is a much better use of space.
Answered 02/19/2008 by: kkaminsk
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