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Silverlight Application Page, Project Designer

Silverlight

The Silverlight Applications property page lets you add, remove, or change details about the Silverlight projects that are linked to the current Web site project.

When you add a Silverlight application to a Web site project, you can select the Silverlight project and the associated destination folder for the compiled Silverlight application (.xap file). You can add a test page and enable Silverlight debugging. You can also change the setting for the Silverlight application so that it copies the .xap file to a configuration specific folder rather than to the default ClientBin folder.

To access this dialog box

  1. In Visual Web Developer, in Solution Explorer, click the Web site project name.

  2. Click View and then click Property Pages.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the Web site project name in Solution Explorer and then click Property Pages.

    The Property Pages window is displayed.

  3. Click the Silverlight Applications node.

Add

Displays the Add Silverlight Application dialog box, which lets you select the Silverlight project that is associated with the Web application. Additionally, you can select the destination folder for the compiled Silverlight application file (.xap file), copy the .xap file to a configuration specific folder, add a test page, and enable debugging.

Remove

Removes the association between the currently selected Silverlight project and the associated Web application. Removing a Silverlight application leaves the files in the project. However, the files will no longer be updated automatically when you make changes.

Change

Changes the setting for the Silverlight project so that it copies the .xap file to a configuration-specific folder.

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