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Questionsame structure behave differntly in different application Pin
pavan105nagarbhavi12-Jul-06 1:48
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_AnsHUMAN_ 12-Jul-06 2:16
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QuestionRegistry - RegSetValuEx - Returning Access denied ?? Pin
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Steve S12-Jul-06 6:51
Steve S12-Jul-06 6:51 
No problem. I agree with most of your original comment (although I am a fan of COM, DCOM (which is COM with hiking boots on) and COM+, which is something else).

Luckily (?) I can generally read VB and mentally convert to roughly equivalent VC++ code, although it does get messy sometimes. I couldn't remember/find the link myself, or I'd have posted it, but it's that same stuff I read.

The pain for me is that I find myself working on customer sites where they have VC6 and so the platform SDK is fixed at Feb 2003 (or sometimes earlier!), so I often find myself writing wrapper classes to expose stuff like the firewall functionality without needing to include the later PSDK headers or link in the later PSDK import libraries; as for UUID.LIB, just don't ask, all right? Thank BG for __declspec(uuid), that's all I say!

If you hadn't got the link, I'd have snipped a section of source from one of the utilities I wrote which enables the firewall, opens some ports up (for DCOM use) and configures DCOM to use those ports. I'm ashamed to admit it, but that last part does hack the registry, as I haven't found the API to do it 'officially'... Cry | :((


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QuestionProblem with size of child window Pin
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