It points to your application home directory.
var appFilePath:String = new File(new File("app:/").nativePath).url
I hope it will hepls..
Both of these solutions work if the application is running. Is there a way to get the applications directory from the installation process or force the installation process to start the application (currently this is a checkbox that the user can uncheck).
If you explained your problem in detail, experts will help you.
For what purpose you need that AIR Application installation location.
Tell your need in detail.
I have an application that has a tomcat backend and an AIR UI. I have a bat file that starts the tomcat server and I would also like that bat file to start the AIR UI so that a user does not have to click two icons to run the application. I want to be able to start the AIR application in the same bat file but to be able to do that I need to know where it is installed.