Category: Web Platform Installer

Tips and Tricks to build a Package for Web Application Gallery

Building a package for Web Application Gallery does not have to be a daunting task. Here are a few tips and tricks to build a package for Web Application Gallery.  In order to create both these configuration files (manifest and parameters), you need to have a good understanding of the application and the manual installation process of the application on IIS. For identifying what goes into a manifest.xml file and parameters.xml file , these are the key things to look for:

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Deconstructing the custom feed to test your web application on Web Platform Installer

I have been working with Microsoft Web application Gallery for a while now and the most common concern I have seen is that developers would like to test their application before submitting to the Web Application Gallery but have difficulty building the custom feed .  You can view a sample custom feed  here  to test your application .   This blog article will deconstruct this feed and explain how you can modify this to your needs

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