Managing Settings in LightSwitch
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You manage several categories of settings in Visual Studio LightSwitch in several locations.
Global settings affect the development environment, such as the font size to display in the Code Editor or the number of items to show in a recently used list. You manage these settings in the Options dialog box, which you access by, on the menu bar, choosing Tools, Options.
Application settings affect only the application that you're working in. You manage these settings in the Application Designer, which you access from the shortcut menu for the Properties node in Solution Explorer.
The Application Designer is divided into several tabs:
The General Properties tab contains miscellaneous settings such as the Application version and the Default Language properties.
The Extensions tab contains settings to manage any extensions that you've installed.
The Access Control tab manages settings for authentication and authorization.
The SharePoint tab contains settings for debugging your application and deploying it to SharePoint.
|How to: Manage Application Settings||Contains information about settings on the General tab of the Application Designer.|
|How to: Add or Remove Extensions||Contains information about settings on the Extensions tab of the Application Designer.|
|How to: Create Menu Items and Navigation Groups||Contains information about settings on the Screen Navigation tab of the Application Designer.|
|How to: Enable Authentication in a Silverlight Client App||Contains information about settings on the Access Control tab of the Application Designer.|
|LightSwitch Apps for SharePoint||Contains information about settings on the SharePoint tab of the Application Designer.|