# POSSIBLY SPAM #::Anybody have any examples of reading the Windows Registry
jonkotthoff at clarionstl.com
Fri Feb 17 02:35:24 CST 2006
You wouldnt happen to have any examples of windows registry calls, I am a
mac guy buy defenition so know little about the paths that I am trying to
call...All I know in this last minute issue is that I have to verify a USB
keys serial number on windows, and the way I have been asked to do it is by
calling the windows registry...being that I want to get back to Java and my
Mac, I thought I would see if I could pilfer some good ol Rev code, rather
than learn the dirty little secrets of windows...
----- Original Message -----
From: <xavier.bury at clearstream.com>
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Sent: Friday, February 17, 2006 2:28 AM
Subject: Re: # POSSIBLY SPAM #::Anybody have any examples of reading the
> look at the rev help for "registry"
> The only thing you can't do is list a registry's sub-items but if you have
> the full path to the node you need
> it's pretty easy.
> no... it couldnt' be that simple...
> look for
> DeleteRegistry etc...
> use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com wrote on 17/02/2006 09:22:56:
>> I need to be able to read the windows Registry using rev, to check
>> the serial number of a USB device...anybody ever done anything like
>> this, have any examples of any registry calls...?
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