INFO: Logo FAQ: How Difficult Is it to Comply with the Application Specification for Windows 2000?

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How much work is it to comply with the Application Specification for Windows 2000?

For developers who begin working toward meeting the Application Specification for Windows 2000 early in the development cycle, there is very little incremental work.

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The reality is that you may have met many of the requirements already. Every application needs an install, for example. However, the Application Specification for Windows 2000 outlines how customers would best benefit from its implementation.

For developers who are nearing the end of the product development cycle, it may require more effort to retrofit the application to comply. That is why Microsoft encourages developers to begin reviewing the Application Specification for Windows 2000 as soon as possible in the product cycle.

More information on how to get started can be found at the Windows 2000 Readiness Program for Applications and Developers Web site:

REFERENCES

A list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the "Certified for Windows" program can be found at the following Web site:

The following are related links that describe the Logo Certification Program; downloadable specifications, tools, and testplans, including TestFoundation, which is the free downloadable pre-test tool from Rational; and Veritest's role as an independent third-party tester:

Certified for Windows ProgramApplication Specifications, Test Tools, and FormsRational TestFoundation for Windows 2000Microsoft Logo Testing at Veritest
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Artikelnummer: 259093 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 14.02.2017 – Revision: 1

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