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What if you would like to distribute the out-of-browser Silverlight 4 applications (partially trusted and elevated trusted OOB applications) using a local media such a CD drive or from file share or USB Silverlight 4 introduces the capability to install partially or elevated trusted Silverlight OOB applications using the sllauncher.exe program installed as part of the Silverlight runtime installation. The regular way to install the OOB version of the Silverlight application is to browse to the inbrowser version of the Silverlight application and install the OOB version of the application by rightclicking and selecting the install option. If you refer back to 11, you will notice that during the OOB application installation time, you will first get the security consent dialog box. Silverlight 4 enables you to install the OOB (partially or elevated trusted) applications silently with the sllauncher.exe program, using the XAP file available locally (without connecting to the server to access the in-browser version of the application). The silent installation means that during the installation process you do not get the security consent dialog box. The sllauncher.exe program should be available under the folder where Silverlight is installed. On a 32-bit operating system, it will be available under the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Silverlight folder, and on a 64-bit operating system, it will be available under the C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Silverlight folder.
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As part of the sllauncher.exe program command line, you need to pass the following parameters to install the OOB version of the Silverlight application: The install parameter defines the XAP file with the full local path. The origin parameter defines the server URL where the Silverlight application is hosted. This will help the OOB application get updates from the server. The shortcut parameter defines the application shortcut on the desktop and/or start menu. The overwrite parameter indicates to overwrite the installed version of the application (if already installed).
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For demonstration purposes, the following command line installs the SampleOOB.xap named Silverlight application to your local computer, where the application XAP file is available on E:\SampleOOB.xap and originally hosted at http://www.technologyopinion.com/sampleoob/sampleoob.xap. Here, we create application shortcuts on the desktop and start menu and indicate to overwrite the application, if already installed. sllauncher.exe /install:E:\SampleOOB.xap /origin:http://www.technologyopinion.com/sampleoob/sampleoob.xap /shortcut:startmenu+desktop /overwrite
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The final chapter of this book covered the packaging and deployment of Silverlight applications and libraries. The XAP file is the main unit of deployment when delivering Silverlight applications to the user. A XAP file can include the application manifest file, main Silverlight application assembly, resources such as images and video, and library assemblies. We discussed in-package and on-demand files options, the importance of defining and analyzing additional components (Silverlight SDK assemblies, custom application libraries, and resource files), and making a strategic decision to define in-package and on-demand files. A balanced decision considering application needs and startup download package size helps to optimize application performance and the user experience. Silverlight needs a client-side runtime engine. One of the key components is hosting the application with a better user experience. This chapter explained how easy it is to implement a custom message that s user friendly when the required Silverlight runtime is not installed on the user s machine. Finally, any complete software engineering process has a build process, so you saw how to leverage MSBuild to include Silverlight in the build. We also learned about the new enhanced feature of Silverlight 4 that installs the partial or elevated trusted out-of-browser Silverlight applications silently using the sllauncher.exe program. You ve now reached the end of the journey through how Silverlight works and learned all you need to build applications. The Silverlight technology platform has truly evolved from a basic media player (Silverlight 1 version) to a tool to develop true enterprise-level line of business applications (Silverlight 4 version). I hope that this book will be of great assistance to you to as you gear-up for using Silverlight 4 as a development platform. I wish you good luck in your amazing Silverlight journey. Don t forget to write send me email at AskAshish@technologyopinion.com with your feedback and comments.
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