Same as DECLARE_REGISTRY_RESOURCE except that it uses a wizard-generated UINT to identify the resource, rather than a string name.



[in] Wizard-generated identifier of your resource.

When you create an object or control using the ATL Project Wizard, the wizard will automatically implement script-based registry support and add the DECLARE_REGISTRY_RESOURCEID macro to your files.

You can statically link with the ATL Registry Component (Registrar) for optimized registry access. To statically link to the Registrar code, add the following line to your stdafx.h file:


If you want ATL to substitute replacement values at run time, do not specify the DECLARE_REGISTRY_RESOURCE or DECLARE_REGISTRY_RESOURCEID macro. Instead, create an array of _ATL_REGMAP_ENTRIES structures, where each entry contains a variable placeholder paired with a value to replace the placeholder at run time. Then call CAtlModule::UpdateRegistryFromResourceD or CAtlModule::UpdateRegistryFromResourceS, passing the array. This adds all of the replacement values in the _ATL_REGMAP_ENTRIES structures to the Registrar's replacement map.

For more information about replaceable parameters and scripting, see the article The ATL Registry Component (Registrar).

Header: atlcom.h