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regasm.exe

I have written a class and tried to register it using regasm.exe using

regasm myTest.dll /tlb:myTest.tlb

tlb file got generated and i got dll registered successfully msg.

but when i go and see the reistry i am not able to see the clsid and
progid but the class got created.

Can anybody help me out in this issue.

Nov 21 '05 #1
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Have you done a (Ctrl+F) search on your registry? If not, try that.

"Sara" wrote:
I have written a class and tried to register it using regasm.exe using

regasm myTest.dll /tlb:myTest.tlb

tlb file got generated and i got dll registered successfully msg.

but when i go and see the reistry i am not able to see the clsid and
progid but the class got created.

Can anybody help me out in this issue.

Nov 21 '05 #2
Ensure that you have admin rights.

Use the /regfile:filename switch to generate a .reg file instead of
registering the assembly, and take a look at it to see what it should change
in the registry.

Or download the Regmon (Registry Monitor) utility and run it before
executing regasm.exe to spy the registry activity. You can add a filter to
show only activity from regasm.exe:*

http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/Regmon.html

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I have written a class and tried to register it using regasm.exe using

regasm myTest.dll /tlb:myTest.tlb

tlb file got generated and i got dll registered successfully msg.

but when i go and see the reistry i am not able to see the clsid and
progid but the class got created.

Can anybody help me out in this issue.

Nov 21 '05 #3

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