Table 29 lists the ApplicationPage memory variables with the description and whether the variable is read or written by the wizard page.

Table 29. ApplicationPage Memory Variables





Specifies the processor architecture of the target operating system image to be deployed (whether the image contains a 32-bit or 64-bit operating system). When this page is displayed, it checks to see if this variable has changed. If the variable has changed since the last time the wizard page was displayed, the wizard page filters the programs available for selection based on architecture of the target operating system. For example, if a 32-bit operating system is to be deployed, then the wizard page removes (filters) any 64-bit applications from the list of available applications on the wizard page.




Specifies the name of the UDI Wizard configuration file currently in use. If the value of the Link.Uri setter property is empty, the ApplicationPage wizard page reads the value of this variable to find the corresponding .app file, which contains the list of applications. For example, if the UDI Wizard configuration file is named config.xml, then the wizard page will look for the corresponding .app file ( This variable is set when the UDI Wizard starts.

The Link.Uri setter property is set on the Software Settings dialog box, which can be opened using the Edit Software Settings button in the Page Behavior group on the Ribbon in the UDI Wizard Designer.




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Built-in UDI Wizard Pages