CallbackRegistry

Control registry operations in Windows and .NET applications

Installing .NET component into Visual Studio

.NET component is contained in CBRegNet.dll, located in subfolders of <CBFS>\dotNET\ folder. CBRegNet.dll requires MSVC Runtime DLLs. Please refer to Deployment instructions for details on installing those Runtime DLLs on your system for development and on target systems during deployment.

To install components to Visual Studio Toolbox

  1. Use Main Menu -> Tools -> Choose Toolbox items to open Toolbox Customization dialog
  2. In the dialog window that appears switch to .NET Framework Components tab
  3. Find CallbackFileSystem component in the list and check it.
  4. If you don't find the component in the list, use Browse button to find and add the assembly, which contains the component, to the list.
    Assemblies (32-bit and 64-bit) for .NET 4.5.1 are located in <CallbackRegistry>\dotNET\NET_451 folder.
    Assemblies (32-bit and 64-bit) for .NET 4.5 are located in <CallbackRegistry>\dotNET\NET_45 folder.
    Assemblies (32-bit and 64-bit) for .NET 4.0 are located in <CallbackRegistry>\dotNET\NET_40 folder.
    Assemblies (32-bit and 64-bit) for .NET 2.0 are located in <CallbackRegistry>\dotNET\NET_20 folder.

Using components

To use CallbackRegistry in your project, you need to include CBRegNet.dll to the list of project references. Then in source file add the following line:

  • C#:
    using CbReg;
  • VB.NET:
    imports CbReg;
  • C++:
    #using <CBRegNet.dll>

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