In this section, you can familiarize with general terms of Setup package creator utility.
Defines the structure of the data in a computer readable format (Data Definition Language).
A place where generated setup file has to be saved.
A file in a format that runs a set of operations on a computer.
A list that displays various options to be used while generating software setup.
Allows you to launch a desktop tool while creating software setup.
Refers to the permission sets as well as to the document memorializing that permission.
The Windows Installer (MSI) (previously known as Microsoft Installer) is an engine for the installation, maintenance, and removal of software on modern Microsoft Windows systems.
A database that Windows users to store hardware and software configuration information, user preferences and setup information.
A generic term that refers to an action or technique that invokes a particular command or performs an operation with less interaction.
A utility that is used to run and install software application over internet or other computer system.
File that is originally used to be imported along with software setup package while generating software setup file.
A list containing various options to remove or de-install setup software component from your computer system.
The unique version identifier for a particular piece of software indicating the software version details, software description and copy rights associated with software.