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We're in the need of deploying a .NET clickonce application through an Apacke Tomcat 6. server. Does anyone have any tips or caveats for setting this up ? (Or is ist just so straight foreward I don't even need to ask ?)

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ClickOnce is just a static file, prepared in a specified format. The clickonce file uses a special MimeType mapping, namely


To configure this in tomcat, either in the $TOMCAT/conf/web.xml or the web context,


Alternatively, if you use Apache in front of Tomcat to accelerate static files, you can add the mime type mapping like this in the /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file

AddType application/x-ms-application .application
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