Building and Running the Policy Injection QuickStart

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The Policy Injection QuickStart ships as both binaries and as source code. To review the way the QuickStart works, the better option is to use the source code version and compile (build) it before running it. You use Visual Studio to build the QuickStart.

To build the Policy Injection QuickStart

  1. On the taskbar, click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft patterns and practices, point to Enterprise Library 3.1 – May 2007, and then click Enterprise Library 3.1 Source Folder.
  2. In Windows Explorer, open the QuickStarts folder, open the PolicyInjection folder within it, and then open either the CS or VB subfolder depending on the language you want for the QuickStart.
  3. Open the PolicyInjectionQuickStart subfolder, and then double-click PolicyInjectionQuickStart.sln to open the project into Visual Studio.
  4. On the Build menu, click BuildSolution.
  5. Press F5 to run the Policy Injection QuickStart. Figure 1 shows the QuickStart as it first appears.

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    Figure 1
    The initial form of the Policy Injection QuickStart

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