Requires: Application Builder or Professional System
Use this page of the Shared Library Properties dialog box to name the shared library and select the location to save the shared library.
This page includes the following components:
- Build specification name—Specifies a unique name for the build specification. The name appears under Build Specifications in the Project Explorer window.
- Target filename—Specifies the filename for the shared library. (Windows) Shared libraries must have a .dll extension. (Mac OS X) Shared libraries must have a .framework extension. (Linux) Shared libraries must have a .so extension. You can use .so or you can begin with lib and end with .so, optionally followed by the version number. This allows other applications to use the library.
- Destination directory—Specifies the location to build the shared library. You can enter a path or use the Browse button to navigate to and select the location.
- Build specification description—Displays information about the build specification. You can view and edit the description on this page only.
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