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Integrating a New Website Application

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Visual Guard allows you to integrate Website applications and set permissions for accessing the integrated application.

Note: Visual Guard must be integrated with the selected application before this wizard can be run. For WCF services you must specify the type of application hosting the service.

To add a new Website application follow the steps below:

  • Access the Application Creation Wizard using the path Repository > New Application
  • The Application Creation Wizard will be displayed.
  • Select the ASP.Net Web Site or Web Service (.Net 2.0 or higher) option (A).
  • The wizard will automatically walk you through the application integration.
  • Click “Next >” to access the Next screen and indicate whether the Visual Guard runtime is already integrated in the system.
  • Option (B) will be selected by default. Select option (A) to move to the next step.
  • The application should be integrated to move to the next step. 
  • Click “Next >”  to access the Next screen and specify the main assembly of the application that will act as an entry point.
  • Select the path where the application is being stored by clicking “…” (A).
  • The browsing screen will be displayed as shown below.
  • You can select the folder where the website is stored.
  • Please Note: It is compulsory that web config file exists in the selected folder.
  • Select the script language in which you want to edit the script associated to actions. By default the application’s language will be selected.
  • Click “Next >”  to access the Next screen and specify the default options of the application.
  • The options will be available for selection Allow anonymous sessions, Enable default role, and Generate Visual Guard configuration files. You can select any one or all of the options.
  • Once the selection is complete click “Finish” to finish the wizard. The application will be integrated and displayed as shown below.

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