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Invoking Scripts

Using Replaceable Parameters (The Registrar's Preprocessor) discusses replacement maps and mentions the Registrar method AddReplacement. The Registrar has eight other methods specific to scripting, and all are described in the following table.

Method

Syntax/Description

ResourceRegister

HRESULT ResourceRegister( LPCOLESTR resFileName , UINT nID , LPCOLESTR szType );

Registers the script contained in a module's resource. resFileName indicates the UNC path to the module itself. nID and szType contain the resource's ID and type, respectively.

ResourceUnregister

HRESULT ResourceUnregister( LPCOLESTR resFileName , UINT nID , LPCOLESTR szType );

Unregisters the script contained in a module's resource. resFileName indicates the UNC path to the module itself. nID and szType contain the resource's ID and type, respectively.

ResourceRegisterSz

HRESULT ResourceRegisterSz( LPCOLESTR resFileName , LPCOLESTR szID , LPCOLESTR szType );

Registers the script contained in a module's resource. resFileName indicates the UNC path to the module itself. szID and szType contain the resource's string identifier and type, respectively.

ResourceUnregisterSz

HRESULT ResourceUnregisterSz( LPCOLESTR resFileName , LPCOLESTR szID , LPCOLESTR szType );

Unregisters the script contained in a module's resource. resFileName indicates the UNC path to the module itself. szID and szType contain the resource's string identifier and type, respectively.

FileRegister

HRESULT FileRegister( LPCOLESTR fileName );

Registers the script in a file. fileName is a UNC path to a file that contains (or is) a resource script.

FileUnregister

HRESULT FileUnregister( LPCOLESTR fileName );

Unregisters the script in a file. fileName is a UNC path to a file that contains (or is) a resource script.

StringRegister

HRESULT StringRegister( LPCOLESTR data );

Registers the script in a string. data contains the script itself.

StringUnregister

HRESULT StringUnregister( LPCOLESTR data );

Unregisters the script in a string. data contains the script itself.

ResourceRegisterSz and ResourceUnregisterSz, are similar to ResourceRegister and ResourceUnregister, but allow you to specify a string identifier.

The methods FileRegister and FileUnregister are useful if you do not want the script in a resource or if you want the script in its own file. The methods StringRegister and StringUnregister allow the .rgs file to be stored in a dynamically allocated string.

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