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RegistrGet

3 posts in Appeon (partner product) Last posting was on 2005-08-09 11:10:44.0Z
niz Posted on 2005-08-08 06:52:24.0Z
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My application uses RegistryGet function to get the user
computer's class name associated with the extention to open
files in its assciated program. it seems that this is not
working in Appeon 3.0 excelerator.

then how can i achive this. pls give me any other solution
or workaround.

Thanks in advance
niz


Julie Jiang Posted on 2005-08-08 07:34:49.0Z
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Please pay attention to the following specification in Appeon Help:
 
Web applications cannot use RegistryGet and RegistryValues for accessing the Windows registry directly.  The Registry functions are implemented as workarounds.  They do not read from the actual Windows registry.  Instead, Appeon creates a mock registry in the Appeon Server database, which initially has no values.  Therefore, you must first set a value using the RegistrySet function before trying to use RegistryGet and RegistryValues functions.
 
If you do want to call RegistryGet to get the registry information at the client, because Appeon 3.0 supports calling to client DLLs, you can apply a DLL for reading registry.
 
Regards,
Julie
<niz> wrote in message news:42f70128.7fa0.1681692777@sybase.com...
My application uses RegistryGet function to get the user
computer's class name associated with the extention to open
files in its assciated program. it seems that this is not
working in Appeon 3.0 excelerator.

then how can i achive this. pls give me any other solution
or workaround.

Thanks in advance
niz


niz Posted on 2005-08-09 11:10:44.0Z
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i used the shellexecute windows API instead of the registry
get and it is working fine..

thnax....

> Please pay attention to the following specification in
> Appeon Help:
>
> Web applications cannot use RegistryGet and RegistryValues
> for accessing the Windows registry directly. The Registry
> functions are implemented as workarounds. They do not
> read from the actual Windows registry. Instead, Appeon
> creates a mock registry in the Appeon Server database,
> which initially has no values. Therefore, you must first
> set a value using the RegistrySet function before trying
> to use RegistryGet and RegistryValues functions.
>
> If you do want to call RegistryGet to get the registry
> information at the client, because Appeon 3.0 supports
> calling to client DLLs, you can apply a DLL for reading
> registry.
>
> Regards,
> Julie
> <niz> wrote in message
> news:42f70128.7fa0.1681692777@sybase.com...
> My application uses RegistryGet function to get the user
> computer's class name associated with the extention to
> open
> files in its assciated program. it seems that this is
> not
> working in Appeon 3.0 excelerator.
>
> then how can i achive this. pls give me any other
> solution
> or workaround.
>
> Thanks in advance
> niz