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    Derek Law

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    Cool ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 final now available!!!

    FYI,

    ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 final is now available from the Resource Center.

    Enjoy,
    Derek Law
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    Default Re: ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 final now available!!!

    The download link in the resource center brings up a page stating access denied. (I am logged in to my Esri global account.)

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    Hi Ryan,

    Can you give it another try now?

    Katy
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    Default Re: ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 final now available!!!




    i cant get the server to pull down the file ... server rests the connection your end at the moment?

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    Default Re: ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 final now available!!!

    Where can I find the Extensibility SDK?

    Blair

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    @Iain: As far as we know, you should be able to download the ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight software without issue. I just tested it now and it works. Can you please try again?

    @Blair: We pulled the download for the Extensibility SDK to make a minor correction to the download package. It should be available sometime tomorrow. Sorry for the delay.

    Hope this helps,
    Derek Law
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    Hi

    Is there a localization kit we can use to localize the viewer?

    Thanks
    Michal

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    Hi Michal,

    Is there a localization kit we can use to localize the viewer?
    We will be releasing localized versions of the ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight in the forthcoming weeks.
    We plan on supporting: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, and Spanish.

    Hope this helps,
    Derek Law
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    Hi Derek

    We need to localize the viewer as well as the sharepoint mapping api to Hebrew....
    Is it going to be possible?
    Thanks
    Michal

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    Quote Originally Posted by katydalton View Post
    Hi Ryan,

    Can you give it another try now?

    Katy
    It's working now thanks.

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    So is this compiled against version 2.3 or 2.4 of the Silverlight API?

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    Hi Ryan,

    I think you saw my answer in the beta forum, but I'm reposting here for others:

    The ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 Final release is based on the ArcGIS API for Silverlight v2.4. See our Silverlight/WPF blog for a bit more info on the updates made for v2.4.

    Katy

    PS - We encourage everyone to begin using this forum over the beta community forum, as the beta community forum will be closed down in the near future.
    Katy Dalton
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    Quote Originally Posted by katydalton View Post
    Hi Ryan,

    I think you saw my answer in the beta forum, but I'm reposting here for others:

    The ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 Final release is based on the ArcGIS API for Silverlight v2.4. See our Silverlight/WPF blog for a bit more info on the updates made for v2.4.

    Katy

    PS - We encourage everyone to begin using this forum over the beta community forum, as the beta community forum will be closed down in the near future.
    Thanks Katy, Sorry for the spam. Trying to get some sites up and running today. One other thing I can't seem to locate is the Visual Studio template. It's mentioned in the "What's new" but I can't find a link.

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    No problem at all. It'll take a bit of time to transfer everyone over to this forum instead. :-)

    We'll be posting the Extensibility SDK soon.

    Katy
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    All,

    FYI, the ArcGIS Extensibility SDK for Silverlight is now available.

    Thanks for your patience,
    Derek Law
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    Default Re: ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 final now available!!!

    Will I need to build all my sites again, or is there process for upgrading to the final release from beta that does not lose the sites that were built in the beta version? Thanks.

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    @Michal,

    We need to localize the viewer as well as the sharepoint mapping api to Hebrew...
    Supporting Hebrew localization is not part of the Silverlight Viewer 1.0 release, nor the ArcGIS for SharePoint 2.1 release. Sorry. We hope to support it in a future release.


    @Scott,

    Will I need to build all my sites again, or is there process for upgrading to the final release from beta that does not lose the sites that were built in the beta version?
    Unfortunately, there is no migration process for sites built on the Silverlight Viewer beta to final release. You will have to recreate your sites in the final release.

    Hope this helps,
    Derek Law
    ArcGIS Server Product Management

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    Default Re: ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight 1.0 final now available!!!

    Does the viewer support the ability to access secure ArcGIS Server Services? Specifically avoiding a proxy page and having the client provide specific credentials?

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    Hi Zachary,

    Does the viewer support the ability to access secure ArcGIS Server Services?
    Yes. Please see this help topic: Adding secured services

    Specifically avoiding a proxy page and having the client provide specific credentials?
    No. The recommended pattern is a proxy page as this is a more secure path.

    Hope this helps,
    Derek Law
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    I'm glad to hear this is actually the more secure path! Now if i could only get the viewer working right...i see no means to configure it to use a FQDN rather than the machine name.

    Quote Originally Posted by Law View Post
    Hi Zachary,



    Yes. Please see this help topic: Adding secured services



    No. The recommended pattern is a proxy page as this is a more secure path.

    Hope this helps,

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    Hi Zachary:

    I'm assuming you mean that you want Application Builder to publish Viewer apps using a FQDN. All you need to do to get this working is update the AppsBaseUrl in Builder's web.config with the desired URL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rzwaap View Post
    Hi Zachary:

    I'm assuming you mean that you want Application Builder to publish Viewer apps using a FQDN. All you need to do to get this working is update the AppsBaseUrl in Builder's web.config with the desired URL.
    I discovered that area in the config file and have already done this and each time the software reverts it back to the machine name with port 80.

    PS, since i've not heard back from anyone at support in the last few days perhaps you could take a look through the open incident? It's promising to be actually talking to a Silverlight product engineer!
    Last edited by LANDVEST; 01-26-2012 at 04:01 AM. Reason: added info

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    Quote Originally Posted by LANDVEST View Post
    each time the software reverts it back to the machine name with port 80.
    I'm not sure what you mean by this. When is this value changed by the software? I'm not aware of any time this setting is touched other than installation.

    If you need to change the URL of apps that were deployed prior to updating Builder's web.config, that would require editing the Sites.xml file (in Builder\App_Data). The web.config setting determines the base URL for newly deployed apps.

    Hope that helps.
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    I was running the Beta version just fine. I uninstalled the Beta version and installed the release but am getting the error: "HTTP Error 500.0 - Internal Server Error
    Calling LoadLibraryEx on ISAPI filter "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\\aspnet_filter.dll" failed". Since the previous version was working ok I'm wondering what's different that would cause an issue. Any suggestions on how to resolve this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgentry View Post
    I was running the Beta version just fine. I uninstalled the Beta version and installed the release but am getting the error: "HTTP Error 500.0 - Internal Server Error
    Calling LoadLibraryEx on ISAPI filter "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\\aspnet_filter.dll" failed". Since the previous version was working ok I'm wondering what's different that would cause an issue. Any suggestions on how to resolve this?
    I figured this item out. I'm running Server 2008 R2 with IIS 7.5. After changing the default .Net setting from 2.0 to 4.0 (which didn't solve the problem by itself) I went into the Advanced Settings for the Silverlight Viewer and changed the Enable 32 Bit Applications setting from false to true. After that, everything worked just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koeh0017 View Post
    Thanks Katy, Sorry for the spam. Trying to get some sites up and running today. One other thing I can't seem to locate is the Visual Studio template. It's mentioned in the "What's new" but I can't find a link.
    I got the same problem: couldn't find ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight Project template in Visual Studio 2010 after installation. What's the solution?

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    Jian,

    The template is only available once you've installed the ArcGIS Extensibility SDK for Silverlight. Did you get this installed successfully?

    Katy
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