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How to Create Global Resources

Hi,

At times we may have to create resources or variable which stays till application variables. We call those variable as Global Variable.How can we create and access those global variables in Silver light

Firstly,we need to add variable to Resource property of App.XAML.CS

this.Resources.Add(“Gloabal”, EMployeeID);

or

Application.Current.Resources.Add(“Gloabal”, EMployeeID);

Here EmployeeID is of Integer variable.

U can also set in XAML  <Application.Resources> tag

To read value from Application Resources, we may use Application.Current.Resources[“Global”];

 

There is also Second way of doing,

Step 1) Create a Public Property in APP.XAML.cs like below

public string EMPID
{
get;
set;
}

Step 2) Set the value in EMPID property

private void Application_Startup(object sender, StartupEventArgs e)
{

//Assuming EMPID is passed from Initparams or u can write ur own logic to get empID from session or DB.
var param = e.InitParams;
if (param.Keys.Contains(“EMPID”))
{
EMPID = param[“EMPID”];
}
this.RootVisual = new MainPage();
}

 

Step 3) To read the value across the current  silver light Application project.

App app = (App)App.Current;
string empID = app. EMPID;

 

Hope it is pretty straight forward

 

-Mahens

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