Uploading Silverlight 2 Content to Silverlight Streaming


 

 

Here’s a basic walkthrough:

  1. Create your Silverlight 2 application using Visual Studio or Expression Blend, do all the usual test / debug steps, etc.
  2. Create a manifest file named manifest.xml, that describes how you want the control to be hosted. Here’s a simple sample you can use as a template:
    <SilverlightApp>
      <version>2.0</version>
      <source>PopTheBubble.xap</source>
      <width>400</width>
      <height>300</height>
      <background>white</background>
      <isWindowless>false</isWindowless>
    </SilverlightApp>

  3. Zip your application .xap and manifest.xml files together into one file.
  4. Go to silverlight.live.com and upload the application.
  5. You’re done! Now you can embed the resulting content in any web page with an iframe or the sample code provided.

Via Uploading Silverlight 2 Content to Silverlight Streaming

Also look at Configuring a Web Server to Host Silverlight Content

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