Select Parameters Page

Updated: October 8, 2010

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Use the Select Parameters page of the Export Application Package Wizard to add or remove parameters to your package. You can assign a parameter to an attribute when you create the package. Later, when the package is installed, the user can specify a custom value for the parameter, and the new value will be assigned to the attribute. Parameters are automatically generated for each provider.

To expand or collapse a parameter, click the plus sign or minus sign next to it. To expand or collapse all entries, right click a parameter or parameter entry and select Expand All or Collapse All.

Column Headings

Element Name Description

Name

Lists the names of the parameters that you have added by using the Add Parameter dialog box. You can edit a parameter by double-clicking the parameter or by selecting the parameter and then clicking Edit.

Type

Displays the parameter type for the attribute that will be parameterized.

Scope

Displays the scope for the attribute that will be parameterized.

Match

Displays the matching expression that will identify the attribute to be parameterized.

Buttons

Element Name Description

Add Parameter

Opens the Add Parameter dialog box. This lets you add a parameter and set its properties. For more information, see Add or Edit Parameter Dialog Box.

Add Parameter Entry

Opens the Add Parameter Entry dialog box. This lets you configure the Type, Scope, and Match values for the selected parameter. For more information, see Add or Edit Parameter Entry Dialog Box. This option is enabled when you select a parameter.

Edit

If a parameter is selected, opens the Edit Parameter dialog box. This lets you edit an existing parameter’s properties. For more information, see Add or Edit Parameter Dialog Box.

If a parameter entry is selected, opens the Edit Parameter Entry dialog box. For more information, see Add or Edit Parameter Entry Dialog Box.

Remove

Removes the selected parameter or parameter entry.

Move Up

Moves the selected parameter or parameter entry up in the list of parameters. Parameters are processed in the order that they appear in the list.

Move Down

Moves the selected parameter or parameter entry down in the list of parameters. Parameters are processed in the order that they appear in the list.

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