To verify that the Sample Editor project builds correctly Before beginning development, review the examples provided in the UDI SDK.
Use the information in this guide and the source code in the examples to help you create your own UDI custom wizard pages and wizard page editors.
Relationship between the UDI Wizard and UDI Wizard Designer At a conceptual level, UDI development includes the creation of: In addition, the UDI Wizard Designer consumes supporting wizard page editor configuration files.
You create the wizard page editor configuration files as a part of the process for creating your custom wizard pages and custom wizard page editors.
Verify that the UDI development environment is configured correctly by determining whether: The Sample Page project provides an example of how to create a custom wizard page for the UDI Wizard.
For more information about the Sample Page project, see Review the Sample Page Visual Studio Solution.
The UDI development environment hardware prerequisites are the same hardware requirements for the edition of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 you are using.
To verify that the Sample Page project builds correctly The Sample Editor project provides an example of how to create a custom wizard page editor for the UDI Wizard Designer.
For more information about the Sample Editor project, see Review the Sample Page Visual Studio Solution.
This behavior allows you to create generic OSD task sequences, and then provide computer-specific information at the time of deployment, which provides greater flexibility in the deployment process.
This guide is written for the developers who create custom wizard pages for the UDI Wizard and custom wizard page editors for the UDI Wizard Designer.