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Component Designer Guide

Microsoft® Windows XP Embedded Component Designer is used to create and modify custom components and any associated repositories, packages, dependency groups, and repository sets. These objects are saved in component definition (.sld) files, imported into the component database, and used in configurations.

In This Section

Creating an SLD File
Describes how to use Windows XP Embedded Component Designer to create a new .sld file.
Objects in Component Designer
Describes how to use Windows XP Embedded Component Designer to create and modify components, repositories, dependency groups, packages, and repository sets.
Components in Component Designer
Describes how to use Windows XP Embedded Component Designer to modify the properties, resources, and dependencies of a component, as well as how to test, release, and update a component.
Troubleshooting Component Designer
Provides links to topics that help you resolve problems related to Windows XP Embedded Component Designer.

Related Sections

Windows Embedded Studio
Describes the Windows XP Embedded development tools and how they work together in the development process.

See About Windows XP Embedded topic in Windows XP Embedded Help for a description of components, repositories, groups, configurations, and other concepts fundamental to Windows XP Embedded.


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