Hi,

I am relatively new to C# Express and have created an app that builds & runs fine. But when I try to publish it, I get the following messages:

1)Cannot publish because a project failed to build.

2)SignTool reported an error 'Failed to sign bin\Release\TeacherCSharp.publish\\setup.exe. SignTool Error: Signtool requires CAPICOM version 2.1.0.1 or higher. Please
copy the latest version of CAPICOM.dll into the directory that contains
SignTool.exe. If CAPICOM.dll exists, you may not have proper
permissions to install CAPICOM.

SignTool is in the Bin/bin directory and so is CAPICOM version 2.1.0.2. I have full permissions on both.

Pleeeese help!!!!

Thanks,
Kenya

Re: Publish in C# Express 80 80

1- Cannot publish because a project failed to build.
that's mean you have syntax error(s) check it

2- Copy the dll to release folder not debug folder.

if you've problems, send me again

Re: Publish in C# Express 80 80

Thank you so much for responding quickly.

When I do a Build by itself, no errors are generated. I get a Build Successful msg. Why and where are the errors if it doesn't Build during a Publish?

Also, I took the files out of the Debug folder and put them in the Release folder. But got the same messages again.

Other suggestions??

Thanks,
Kenya

Re: Publish in C# Express 80 80

be ware you may set your project to ignore errors, I did sample project and published it, it published successfully without any errors, so check another edition of VS

Re: Publish in C# Express 80 80

Go to project properties, click Signing, then Create Test Certificate.

You need to renew your certificate using the renewcert thing you can find here:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925521


You can create a new certificate, but if this is a problem see the topic under the topic Words of Warning in the below link:

http://www.infoq.com/articles/ClickOnce-Versioning

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