Last post May 03, 2005 12:03 AM by paulwhit
May 02, 2005 01:22 AM|paulwhit|LINK
I'm attempting to create a dynamic wizard that will be a subset of the main application flow. Each user would potentially have hundreds of combinations of wizards.
I've created created the static UI Process for a test sample and it works.
I developed a process to mimic the <uipConfiguration> node in the application's config file based on database output. This accepts a parameter that tells the method which wizard to create.
I'm trying to find a place to plug it in.
I have considered either replacing the config loading code with something dynamic, but that would couple UIProcess directly into my application more than I would like.
Another option I've considered is simply passing XmlNode-s for the navigationGraph and View nodes, and attempting to break into the process somehow.
I've searched extensively and haven't found that anybody's tried to do this type of thing before.
Any suggestions? I would very much appreciate them.
May 03, 2005 12:03 AM|paulwhit|LINK
OK, I put it in the UIPConfigHandler.Create method. Can somebody with knowledge of the config loading process tell me how often that method is called, and from where it gets invoked? I couldn't seem to find where it's explicitly called.