ApplicationPackage-Element-Reference

ApplicationPackage Element Reference

    ApplicationPackage Element Reference

    Each PackageContents.xml file must contain an ApplicationPackage element. The ApplicationPackage element, in the form of XML attributes, contains general information about the plug-in.
    It also encapsulates other element types that help to define the contents of the plug-in.

    An ApplicationPackage element can have any of the following attributes attached to it:

    Attribute

    Description

    SchemaVersion

    PackageContents.xml format version number. The value should always be 1.0 until a newer version of the
    schema is introduced.

    AppVersion

    Application version number. AutoCAD-based products use this value to determine if
    the installed version is the latest version. If an updated version is available, the
    user is informed and able to download and install the latest version. It is recommended
    to use an application version that includes major and minor values, such as “۱.۰.۰.۰â€‌.

    Author

    Name of the plug-in author.

    Name

    Plug-in name.

    A localized plug-in name can be specified by combining Name with a locale code. See Supported Locale Codes Reference for a full list of supported
    locale codes.

    Description

    Short description of the plug-in.

    Localized descriptions can be specified by combining Description with a locale code. See Supported Locale Codes Reference for a full list of supported
    locale codes.

    Icon

    Icon for the plug-in; used in the installer and the Autodesk Exchange Apps website.
    The icon should be 32×32 pixels in size and support 32-bit (Truecolor) color depth.
    Recommend using a BMP or ICO file format.

    NOTE:All path specifiers are ‘/’ and not ”, and paths are relative to the root .bundle folder.

    HelpFile

    Help file that explains how to use the plug-in and provides additional information
    about the plug-in.

    It is recommended to create a How To section that explains how to use the plug-in.
    The file can be an ASCII text, a HTML document, or PDF file that contains the full
    documentation for the plug-in or contains a set of redirects to where the content
    might be located online.

    Localized help files can be specified by combining HelpFile with a locale code. See Supported Locale Codes Reference for a full list of supported
    locale codes.

    NOTE:All path specifiers are ‘/’ and not ”, and paths are relative to the root .bundle folder.

    ProductCode

    Unique VCad for the plug-in. A VCad must be generated for each unique plug-in, and
    is used for first run notifications and as the installer ID for Add/Remove Programs
    in Windows when installed from the Autodesk Exchange Apps website.

    ProductCode should be updated if the AppVersion is changed. This is so upgrade installs work properly and a notification is displayed
    for the upgrade when loaded into an AutoCAD-based product.

    On Windows, you can use the MSI installer ProductCode or generate a VCad using an
    application such as VCadGen.exe. There are also websites that allow you to generate
    a VCad.

    UpgradeCode

    Unique VCad for the plug-in that must never be changed. The VCad is used by the Autodesk
    Exchange Apps website to allow for upgrading from an old version to a newer version
    of a plug-in without the need to uninstall the plug-in first.

    NOTE:You must increment AppVersion in order to allow for proper upgrading of a plug-in.

    An ApplicationPackage element can contain, or encapsulate, the following elements:

    • CompanyDetails
    • Components

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