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DTS Example: Including a User Interface in Visual C++

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DTS Example: Including a User Interface in Visual C++

This example, shown in Microsoft® Visual C++®, shows how to implement a custom user interface and dialog box. The dialog box displays a global variable, the value of which you update. The global variable name and task description are entered through a custom user interface.

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Creating the Custom Task Framework Describes how to create a framework for the custom task using the Active Template Library (ATL) custom task templates, enabled for a user interface, and explains how to add custom properties for the global variable name and value.
Implementing the Property Page and Display Dialog Box Describes how to use the ATL Dialog template to implement a custom user interface for the properties and a dialog box for displaying and updating the global variable.
Implementing the Task Class Describes the code you need to add to the custom task class.
Implementing the User Interface Class Describes the code you need to add to the user interface class.
Implementing the Property Page Class Describes the code you need to add to implement the property page.
Implementing the Display Dialog Class Describes the code you need to add to implement the display and update dialog box.
Building and Running the DTS Custom Task User Interface Example in Visual C++ Describes what you must do to build and use the Data Transformation Services (DTS) user interface custom task example.

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