Target Designer Guide
Windows XP Embedded Target Designer is used to create and modify a configuration and build it into a run-time image. With Windows XP Embedded Target Designer you can add components and resources to a configuration, modify various properties of the components and resources that you add, modify properties of the configuration itself, check component dependencies to ensure that necessary components are included in the configuration, estimate the footprint of a run-time image before building it, and more.
In This Section
- Configurations in Target Designer
- Describes how to create a configuration and how to view, add, or modify its resources, settings, and properties.
- Components in Target Designer
- Describes how to use Windows XP Embedded Target Designer to find components in the database, add components to a configuration, and work with them once they are added.
- Build Process
- Describes how to use Windows XP Embedded Target Designer to build a configuration into a run-time image.
- Administrative Tasks
- Describes how to control the components and information that are displayed in Windows XP Embedded Target Designer and how they are displayed, as well as how to maintain a task list and undo certain actions.
- Troubleshooting Target Designer
- Provides links to topics that help you resolve problems related to Windows XP Embedded Target Designer.
- Windows Embedded Studio
- Describes the Microsoft® Windows® XP Embedded development tools and how they work together in the development process.
See Development Process in Windows XP Embedded Help for a description of the order and phases in the overall development process for creating a run-time image.
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