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In this walkthrough, you will prepare a package for your application to submit to Windows Phone Marketplace and learn about the steps involved in successfully publishing an application to the marketplace, beginning with the creation of an XAP file. Let s get started.
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The submission file that Windows Phone Marketplace requires is an XAP file that gets generated when the Windows Phone 7 application is built. An XAP file is a zip file containing all elements an application needs to run. To generate an XAP file, you must first build your application, as described in the following steps. 1. 2. 3. Open your Windows Phone 7 application project inside Visual Studio Express for Windows Phone. Set the Solution Configuration option to Release if it presently isn t, as shown in Figure 19 1. In Solution Explorer, right-click the name of the solution and select Build. At this point, if the build succeeds, Visual Studio creates the ProjectName.xap file, where ProjectName is the name of your solution. Locate the SolutionName.xap file you created in Step 3. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the project s directory and the bin/Release/ folder. You should find there a file named ProjectName.xap. This is the file that you will upload to the marketplace.
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The next step is to log in to Windows Phone Marketplace and submit the XAP file you just created.
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Uploading the XAP File to Marketplace
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Before uploading files to Windows Phone Marketplace, you must create Windows Phone Marketplace login credentials at http://developer.windowsphone.com/. To do that, once you open the Marketplace web site, click the Register for the Marketplace link and follow the step-by-step wizard to create your username and password for the Marketplace. With login credentials created, follow the following stepby-step guide to submit your application to the marketplace. 1. 2. Login to Windows Phone Marketplace (http://developer.windowsphone.com/) and create a new application submission. When prompted, locate the XAP file that you created in the previous section (remember, it s in the bin/Release/ folder of the project s directory) and follow instructions to upload it to the Marketplace.
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Enter a description for your application, select its category and upload an icon for it. Next, choose the countries that you would like your application to be available in and set the pricing. While you are busy entering application details (description, category, pricing), Marketplace is at work validating the XAP file. This is the step that confirms that the XAP file is valid and can be passed on for further testing of its reliability and security. If basic XAP file validation fails, you will get a failure notification and will have to start the process over. If validation succeeds, you will be presented with a screen that lets you make your application available to customers right away or wait until you decide to publish.
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The automated process within Windows Phone Marketplace opens up the submitted XAP file and updates the application manifest file (WMAppManifest.xml) with a unique product identifier and which hub (for example, Media + Video hub) this application belongs to. In addition, the header file called WMAppPRHeader.xml is created, and it will be used to protect digital rights to your application. Finally, an additional update to the application manifest file listing all of the security capabilities of an application is performed and the application is repackaged into a new XAP file. This new XAP file is then deployed to the actual Windows Phone 7 device at the Marketplace for certification testing.
Figure 19 1. Before deploying your application, make sure to set Solution Configuration to Release.
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Certification testing consists of both manual and automated verification that the application complies with the rules set by Microsoft regarding content, security, performance, and reliability of Windows Phone 7 applications. If an application violates any of these provisions, it is not published and you get a failure report with details of the problem-causing behavior. If the application successfully passes certification tests, the XAP file is signed and becomes available for installation from the Windows Phone Marketplace according to the option you selected in Step 6.
Note When you update your application, you will have to go through the same certification steps as the original application.
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