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Packaging API Programming Guide
This section contains conceptual topics that describe how to use the Windows 7 Packaging APIs.
|Getting Started with the Packaging API||The Windows 7 Packaging feature is a set of COM-based API that provides support for accessing, modifying, and saving packages using C and C++. This topic includes the prerequisites and programming information needed to begin using the APIs.|
|Open Packaging Conventions Fundamentals||Introduces the ECMA-376 OpenXML, 1st Edition, Part 2: Open Packaging Conventions (OPC) concepts that are required for using Packaging APIs.|
|Packages Fundamentals||The topics in this section describe using the Packaging APIs to represent and interact with packages.|
|Parts Fundamentals||The topics in this section describe using the Packaging APIs to represent and interact with parts.|
|Relationships Fundamentals||The topic in this section describes using the Packaging APIs to represent and interact with relationships.|
|Digital Signatures Fundamentals||The topic in this section describes using the Packaging APIs to generate, modify, and validate package signatures.|
|Differences between the Native and Managed APIs||This topic describes the programming differences between the native-code Packaging API, introduced in Windows 7, and its managed-code System.IO.Packaging API counterpart.|
- Getting Started with the Packaging API
- Packaging API Glossary
- Packaging API Reference
- Packaging API Samples