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[C++] registration script

[C++] registration script

(OP)
Hello,

I dont know, how to implementate a registration script
 
"hInstance needs to be the module / instance handle
of the module that contains your server registration
script (resource ID 102) .." written from the NDI support
to me.

the server registration script is importand to
register my OPC Server.

RegisterServer()

 HRESULT RegisterServer(void)

 Return Values S_OK upon success, otherwise the result code
 returned from the ATL registrar component.

The success of this operation is dependent on the application
including a registry script resource as part of its EXE.
The resource ID MUST be 102. An example resource script
 is shown below:

 HKCR
 {
  NDI.SimulationSvr.1 = s 'NDI Simulation Server'
  { CLSID = s '{1E52DE00-FA5E-11d2-91C6-F8E932000000}'

  ...


Best regards

Thomas

RE: [C++] registration script

could you please a bit be more explicitly?
so, I can not understand,
you would make a:
1. C++ registration
2. C++ script
3. Registration script
which one is correct?

Ion Filipski

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