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10-03-2002, 03:15 PM
<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>INFO:The Files that are Built into the DATA Folder</TITLE></HEAD><BODY><h3>INFO:The Files that are Built into the DATA Folder</h3><b>Document ID: IR04015</b><hr>The information in this article applies to:<ul><li>AutoPlay Media Studio 4.0</li></ul><hr><h3>SUMMARY</h3><p>This article explains which files are automatically included in an AutoPlay Media Studio 4.0 build.</p><h3>DISCUSSION</h3><p>All files that are referenced in AutoPlay Media Studio 4.0 fall into two categories:</p><ul><li>Internal References</li><li>External References</li></ul><p>When the build process occurs all files that are internal references are compressed, encrypted, and built right into the application's DATA folder. For security reasons, the filenames are also replaced with random gobbledygook (or "munged") to make the files a bit less accessible to the user.</p><p>External references are not built into the DATA folder; instead they are simply expected to be where you say they will be at run time.</p><p><b>Note:</b> AutoPlay will only build files into the DATA folder if an internal reference to it exists at build time. If you add an internal reference and then remove it, AutoPlay will <b>not</b> build the file into the DATA folder.</p><p><h3>MORE INFORMATION</h3><p>For more information please see the following topics in the AutoPlay Media Studio 4.0 Help:</p><li><b>Command Reference | User's Guide | Key Concepts | Internal References</b></li><li><b>Command Reference | User's Guide | Key Concepts | External References</b></li><p>KEYWORDS: AutoPlay Media Studio 4.0, Internal Reference, External Reference</p><hr><FONT SIZE=1>Last reviewed: October 3, 2002<br>Copyright 2002 <A HREF="http://www.indigorose.com" target="blank">Indigo Rose Corporation</a>. All rights reserved.<br></FONT></BODY></HTML>