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  • To use the WindowsStoreProxy.xml file, first locate it from here: C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Packages\<app package folder>\LocalState\Microsoft\Windows Store\ApiData\WindowsStoreProxy.xml (adjust to your local machine).

    Then paste it into the Windows project at the root - drag it onto the project node on the solution explorer - should be "YourGreatGame (Universal Windows)".

    To add IAPs to the file, you just need to add them as Product nodes. Here's a working example of a WindowsStoreProxy.xml with one IAP called CompleteUnlock with a price of £1.49. Remember to export Construct 2 with IAP in "test" mode.

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16" ?>

    <CurrentApp>

    <ListingInformation>

    <App>

    <AppId>00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000</AppId>

    <LinkUri>http://apps.microsoft.com/webpdp/app/00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000</LinkUri>

    <CurrentMarket>en-US</CurrentMarket>

    <AgeRating>3</AgeRating>

    <MarketData xml:lang="en-us">

    <Name>AppName</Name>

    <Description>AppDescription</Description>

    <Price>1.00</Price>

    <CurrencySymbol>$</CurrencySymbol>

    <CurrencyCode>USD</CurrencyCode>

    </MarketData>

    </App>

    <Product ProductId="CompleteUnlock" LicenseDuration="0" ProductType="Durable">

    <MarketData xml:lang="en-us">

    <Name>Product1Name</Name>

    <Price>1.49</Price>

    <CurrencySymbol>£</CurrencySymbol>

    <CurrencyCode>GBP</CurrencyCode>

    </MarketData>

    </Product>

    <Product ProductId="2" LicenseDuration="0" ProductType="Consumable">

    <MarketData xml:lang="en-us">

    <Name>Product2Name</Name>

    <Price>1.00</Price>

    <CurrencySymbol>$</CurrencySymbol>

    <CurrencyCode>USD</CurrencyCode>

    </MarketData>

    </Product>

    </ListingInformation>

    <LicenseInformation>

    <App>

    <IsActive>true</IsActive>

    <IsTrial>false</IsTrial>

    </App>

    <Product ProductId="CompleteUnlock">

    <IsActive>false</IsActive>

    </Product>

    </LicenseInformation>

    <ConsumableInformation>

    <Product ProductId="2" TransactionId="00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000" Status="Active" />

    </ConsumableInformation>

    </CurrentApp>

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  • AaronSmithUK

    Thanks for the help, it worked for me. I was able to test it.

    I also copied your fix into the IAP plugin itself, now I dont need to copy paste the code everytime I export!

    Do you have any games on WIndows or any store? Would love to check them out and giving my rating as token of appreciation.

    My (small) bit to support a fellow dev

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