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Component Database Manager Guide

Microsoft® Component Database Manager is used to select and manage the component database and repositories. The component database contains the components that make up the Windows XP Embedded operating system (OS) as well as any custom components that have been added. Repositories are collections of files that are available for copying to a run-time image during the build process.

The component database can reside on the development computer or on a server. Repositories can reside on the same computer as the database or on a different computer. Component Designer and Target Designer both access the component database and the repositories.

In This Section

Component Database Manager Modes
Describes Component Database Manager Read import mode, Exclusive mode, and which mode to use.
Database Management
Describes how to specify the database you want to use for Component Designer and Target Designer, and how to import component definition (.sld) files into the component database.
Platform Management
Describes platforms and explains how to view or delete them in Component Database Manager.
Package Management
Describes packages and how to view or delete them in Component Database Manager.
Component Management
Describes components and how to view or delete them in Component Database Manager.
Repository Management
Describes repositories, how to change the location of the physical repository, and how to manage repository roots in Component Database Manager.
Group Management
Describes dependency groups and repository sets, how to view them, and how to delete them in Component Database Manager.

Related Sections

Windows Embedded Studio
Describes the Windows XP Embedded development tools and how they work together in the development process.
Components
Describes components and how they are created, used, and managed.
Repositories
Describes the archives that are used as a source of binary files during the construction of a run-time image.

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