How to add entries to the Registry using a RGS file in Visual C++

Note Microsoft Visual C++ NET (2002) supported both the managed code model that is provided by the .NET Framework and the unmanaged native Windows code model. The information in this article applies to unmanaged Visual C++ code only.

Summary

Regrgs.exe is a sample that can be used to register information stored in a registrar script file (RGS). RGS files are created by the ATL wizards. This sample might be useful in the case of DCOM. You can register the server on the client machine even though the DLL/EXE resides on a different machine.

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The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:

Visual C++ 6.0

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Visual C++ .NET

Release Date: 2-Jul-2002

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Regrgs.exe is a command line tool that takes the following format:
REGRGS [/?] [/s] [/u] [/c] FILENAME.RGS [Replaceable Parameter="Value"]

Arguments in square brackets [ ] are optional.

/? - Displays a help dialog.
/s - Silent mode.
/u - Performs unregistration.
/c - Console output.

Replaceable Parameter - Anything in the RGS file surrounded by % (percent sign) is a replaceable parameter. For example, %MODULE%.

Value - You must provide a value for replaceable parameters. For example, to register an RGS file that contains %MODULE% using REGRGS.EXE:
REGRGS.EXE  MYOBJECT.RGS  MODULE="c:\Program Files\myobject.dll"
Full source code is included in the self-extracting file.
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