Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Convert Silverlight 3 to Silverlight 4

UPDATE: While this (limited) information may be of use to some, i ended up cutting this post short because i later found out that i was not able to install .Net Framework 4 on IIS (internal policy reason), hence precluding me from upgrading the application.

I am attempting to convert an application which is running Silverlight.

I didn't actually know which version of Silverlight the application was built with until i found this:

<param name="minRuntimeVersion" value="3.0.50106.0" />

So i've then assumed i need to upgrade from Silverlight 3 to Silverlight 4.

Assuming you have Visual Studio 2010 installed, you should have Silverlight 4 and the Silverlight 4 SDK installed.

Step 1

Ensure your projects are targetting the .Net 4 Framework and Silverlight 4.
You can find this out by right clicking on each Project in your solution and choose Properties. If it is a Silverlight project, you'll see 'Target Silverlight Version'. Otherwise you should find 'Target Framework'.

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