The Silverlight extension is deprecated and no new development will be actioned. All new features and functionality for the support of Silverlight are now handled instead by the .NET XAML extension. Please see the section of documentation entitled Existing extensions for WPF and Silverlight for more information about the .NET XAML extension and the impacts of moving to it.
Summary: This document provides basic information about the beta release of the extension providing Silverlight support for C# and VB.NET
This extension provides support for Silverlight. The calculation of Automated Function Points for your .NET analyses will be supplemented through the creation of new objects and links specific to the Silverlight framework that will link back to objects/links produced by the base .NET analyzer.
If your .NET application contains Silverlight source code and you want to view these object types and their links, then you should install this extension.
The following Silverlight frameworks are supported by this extension:
|All versions up to 5.0|
|Quality and Sizing|
CAST AIP release
|8.3.x||C# and VB.NET|
|8.2.x||C# and VB.NET|
This extension is compatible with the following DBMS servers:
|Microsoft SQL Server|
|An installation of any compatible release of CAST AIP (see table above)|
Please see Silverlight 1.1 - Bug Fix List.
Include the extension using the interface in AIP Console:
There is nothing further to do. Follow the instructions below to run a new analysis/snapshot to generate new results:
Once the analysis/snapshot generation has completed, you can view the results in the normal manner. The following objects and links will be displayed in CAST Enlighten:
All objects are represented under the File browser > Xaml Source file folders in CAST Enlighten:
Note that if the Name Attribute of an object is present, then it will be used to display that object in CAST Enlighten. For example:
|Name not present||Name present|
The following objects are detected:
|XAML Control||call||Action Event method implemented in source file|
|XAML Control||relyOn||Set and get accessors of Property implemented in source file|
|XAML Control||relyOn||XAML Control which is used by another XAML Control|
|XAML Source File||relyOn||Referred Class|
In this section we list the most significant functional limitations that may affect the analysis of applications using Silverlight:
Binding links are not handled correctly when the same binding target exists in different classes