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Microsoft Silverlight application deployment to NetWeaver CE v7.1 EhP1

Hello,

I'm a bit new to the MS Silverlight development arena but have worked extensively with web development technologies in the past. Recently I was tasked with getting a Silverlight application to deploy onto NW CE but I'm not sure how to perform the following:

1) Deploy the crossdomain.xml & clientaccesspolicy.xml files to the root of the NW CE server for security access control

a) Currently I recieve a MS security access violation messge when performing REST calls to my local MII instance.

2) Package and deploy the Silverlight content via an SDA into the App. Server environment.

Any and all help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Sam

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2009 at 12:44 PM

    Hi,

    i am new to Silverlight too and had to solve the same problem.

    It seems to work if I put crossdomain.xml and clientaccesspolicy.xml in following directory: D:\usr\sap\C07\J00\j2ee\cluster\apps\sap.com\com.sap.engine.docs.examples\servlet_jsp\_default\root\

    I am not quiet sure if it REALLY works because I now get another error message "Not found". But this at least is a different error message compared to the previous 😉

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    • Former Member Salvatore Castro

      Hi Salvatore,

      if I restart the server, the files are still there. The whole thing now works for me, that is the silverlight application can talk to my netweaver-ejb webservice. But i am not sure, if this is really the right way. In fact it feels a little bit like a dirty workaround.

      See you,

      Björn

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