Catalog, Property, and Scope Registry Entries
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Catalogs on the system are included as subkeys of the key
The subkey for each catalog contains the following entries.
|CatalogInactive||Controls whether a catalog is active.|
|Location||Path to the catalog directory.|
|Properties||Subkey that contains a list of entries that are combinations of property set identifiers and property names or identifiers, each specifying information for a property to cache.|
|Scopes||Subkey that contains a list of strings, each containing one scope definition for the catalog.|
Each catalog subkey can include an alternative entry with a name identical to many in the Main Registry Entries. When an alternative entry occurs in a catalog subkey, the value of that entry takes precedence over the value of the global, main registry entry.
Build date: 9/10/2012