Customizing default forms

In the previous recipes, we have learned how to extend classes and create new classes in Service Manager 2012. Obviously, when you customize the classes available in Service Manager, you would want to be able to create and edit instance of you custom classes through the console.

Although Service Manager 2012 includes a generic form for unknown classes and the Extensions tab for unknown class extensions, you might want to have control over how the forms look like in order to improve the usability of the console.

The System Center 2012 Service Manager Authoring Tools allows you to customize existing forms and also create new forms for your custom classes.

In this recipe, we will walk you through the process of adding controls ...

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