The root node. This is a tag.
Parent node for <extension> attributes. This is a tag.
Attributes of <extension> are:
The extension identifier. The identifier must match the SVExtensionDescriptor.GUID defined in the extension. It does not need to be a GUID, it only needs to be unique. This name will appear in the Windows Registry. For this reason, Oracle recommends using readable identifiers; for example, Oracle.Disclosure.Management.
A value of “1” indicates that the entry for the extension uses the manual update XML format introduced in Smart View 184.108.40.206.400. This XML format supports more user interface features than the standard Auto-Update format.
The version number of the extension. The version number must match exactly with the extension descriptor version in the extension assembly.
The Smart View version that the extension works with.
Set this value to “1” to display the extension in the Extensions tab of the Options dialog box. When this is set to “1”, the extension will NOT be part of the Auto-Update process.
Set this value to “1” if the user needs to close Excel for installation update. The update installer file will be downloaded and a message will be displayed indicating the required restart of Office. Also, the download folder will be opened.
Set this value to “1” if the user needs to close Excel for installation. The installer file will be downloaded and a message will be displayed indicating the required restart of Office. The download folder will be opened.
Set this value to “1” to display the Remove button in the Extensions tab of the Options dialog box.
The type of extension. Valid values are:
0 = optional extension
1 = provider extension
2 = Smart View client
Set to display a “Required” or “Recommended” icon for the extension. No action is done other than the visible icon.
The name of the extension. This is a tag.
The extension description. This is a tag.
Uses the “default” attribute. The default description for the extension will be the description displayed in the Extensions tab.
The creator or owner of the extension; for example, Oracle.
The location and file name of the extension installer file. This can be msi or svext; exe is not supported.
Optional. For uninstalls, displays a custom message to the user.
Uses the “default” attribute. The default description for the uninstallMsg will be the custom message displayed during uninstall.
Optional. For msi installations only. All options for the Microsoft Windows Installer Tool, Msiexec.exe, are supported.