[JDEV] Re: Client Installation

David Conner dconner at bellatlantic.net
Wed Aug 22 16:47:34 CDT 2001

If you're using VS Installer or the Package & Deployment 
Wizard, what you need to remember is that (for reasons I'm 
unclear on) Jabbercom.DLL does not automatically 
"self-register."  In VS Installer, you need to change the 
file's "Register" flag to 1 to make it self-register.  With 
the P&D Wizard, you need to add the self-register flag to the 
setup.lst file manually.

> Message: 3
> From: Mark Lynch <Mark at surfcast.com>
> To: "'jdev at jabber.org'" <jdev at jabber.org>
> Subject: RE: [JDEV] Client Installation
> Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 08:58:43 +0100
> Reply-To: jdev at jabber.org
> Simply registering JabberCOM using regsvr32 will give you all the registry
> settings you need. I've never used the visual studio installer so have no
> idea what you need to do with that, but it must surely be a setting
> somewhere.
> -Mark
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Okan Bulut [mailto:okanbulut at hotmail.com]
> Sent: 22 August 2001 07:51
> To: jdev at jabber.org
> Subject: [JDEV] Client Installation
> Hi,
> I have been developing a jabber client usig JabberCom.dll in Visual Basic 
> and I allmost finished the project. My client is runnig ok if I set up 
> Winjab. But if I don't set up Winjab or any other client using JabberCom 
> object, my client is not running. I think the problem is something related 
> to registry because when I search the registry I see that winjab ( or any 
> other client using JabberCOM) it writes many things to registry. But I don't
> know what to write to the registry during the installation because many 
> things are written to the registry and which is required and which is not I 
> don't know. For installation I am using Visual Studio Installer.
> I can create a set up file, but since I dont know what to write to the 
> Windows registry it doesnt run properly.
> I would appreciate any help. Thank you.
> Okan

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