Imaging Device = Skip WIA Testing?


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IUnknown

I have a driver that I would like to get WHQL'd for a USB camera.

I currently have a VFW and TWAIN driver developed for the camera and
WindowsXP.

It seems that HCT12 will perform WIA queries on my device, which fails
since I do not have a WIA driver.

My question is: Do I need to select a different ClassGUID for the
device if I do not intend on creating a WIA driver any time soon?

Alternatively, is there anyway that I can keep my device as an
"Imaging" device without having to go through WIA testing?

Do I need to configure the HCT Test Manager differently?

Any suggestions, tips or answers greatly appreciated!
 
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T

Tim

I have a driver that I would like to get WHQL'd for a USB camera. [snip]
Do I need to configure the HCT Test Manager differently?
Either way you need to be quick - HCT submissions will only be
accepted up to June. Start experimenting with a DTM setup now so you
can get up to speed by then.

Tim.
 
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Guest

With other imaging devices like MFPs, a WIA driver must be provided. The non
WIA driver is optional.

If this applies to cameras too then just make the fastest cheapest WIA
driver you can and pack it up with your other dirver. Then you will be fine.
 

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