I wanted to add a very basic toast notification for an actively running windows 8 app to indicate that a long running process has been completed. At the most basic level I needed to build up some XML and use it to create a ToastNotification that is shown via the ToastNotifier. E.g.
using Windows.UI.Notifications; //... Windows.Data.Xml.Dom.XmlDocument toastDOM = new Windows.Data.Xml.Dom.XmlDocument(); toastDOM.LoadXml(@"
"); ToastNotification toast = new ToastNotification(toastDOM); ToastNotifier tn = ToastNotificationManager.CreateToastNotifier(); tn.Show(toast); Body text that wraps over three lines
However, when run, the ToastNotifier has the Setting value "DisabledByManifest". So somewhere in the Package.appxmanifest I need to enable toast notifications. Apparently it is "in the Notifications section of the Application UI tab" (Source).
I couldn't see it initially. After a bit of hunting I found it under "All Image Assets".