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Microsoft Windows XP Certification

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18297 Aug 27,2004 06:00 AM Aug 27,2004 08:42 AM General Discussion 1
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Steve Able
Asked On August 27, 2004 06:00 AM

Has anyone using SyncFusion applied for Microsoft Certification for Windows XP?

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 27, 2004 08:42 AM

Hi Steve, Just a quick note from our side. Much of the requirements are application centric and our assemblies can be configured to meet those requirements by the application. Some specific areas to note. 1) Applications must support a limited user: Our components can be easily configured to meet this requirement because we usually offer a variety of options for storing user preferences. These are never tied to specific registry keys. 2) Working well with themes: Where appropriate our controls work with themes. 3) We do not require installation to the GAC. Installing to your private assembly folder can make for easier configuration to meet certification requirements. 4) We accurately specify the versions of Windows on which our products are supported. All released later versions are/will also be supported. This is not a certification requirement but we are authorized to use the "Optimized for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET" logo with our components. Please do let us know if you need any information from our side. Best regards, Daniel

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