Deploying a project
Deploying a project from the Console saves all the settings, files, and scripts in the project into a .wldep file. If you are using Speakeasy with languages other than English or Spanish, deploying a project also creates a .wlvpk file that contains the speech-to-text files for a selected language. If you use a Global settings project, it is deployed as a .wlxgp file. A device can only use one global settings file.
To move the project from one Console to another place where the Console is installed, see Importing and exporting a project.
For information about publishing a form to the Ivanti Neurons for IIoT server instead, see Velocity Forms.
To deploy a project from the Velocity Console to a local Windows Client
1.If the project is open, click the arrow next to the Deploy button and select Local client.
2.If there is already a deployment file with the same name in the directory, you are prompted to replace it.
The project deployment is automatically copied into the %Programdata%\Wavelink\Velocity directory, and the local Velocity client will load the project.
To deploy a project from the Velocity Console
1.With the project open, click Deploy.
2.Navigate to the location where you want to save the file and provide a file name for the project. Click Save.
The project is deployed as a .wldep to the specified destination. It can now be distributed to devices. For information on how to distribute the deployment file to devices, see Distributing settings to devices.
If you are also using the Speakeasy component with voice enabled, the project also deploys a .wlvpk file, which contains the speech-to-text language files. The text-to-speech functionality is included as part of the Velocity Speakeasy Service installed on the Android device.