Package.InstalledLocation Package.InstalledLocation Package.InstalledLocation Package.InstalledLocation Package.InstalledLocation Property

Definition

Gets the current package's path in the original install folder for the current package.

public : StorageFolder InstalledLocation { get; }
StorageFolder InstalledLocation();
public StorageFolder InstalledLocation { get; }
Public ReadOnly Property InstalledLocation As StorageFolder
var storageFolder = package.installedLocation;

Property Value

The current package's path in the original install folder for the current package.

Remarks

There are several other ways to refer to a file in a package.

  • You can just begin a URI with a "/" to refer to the package root. For example: <img src="/file.png" alt="" />
  • You can use the "ms-appx:///" protocol. For example:<img src="ms-appx://packageFullName/file.png" alt="" />
  • You can also omit the package name to let the system fill in the domain, as shown here:

<img src="ms-appx:///file.png" alt="" /> For more info about how to refer to files in an app's package, see URI schemes and Reference an image or other asset from XAML markup and code.

See also