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How to register a DLL (SQl Server Mobile 2005) in Windows CE 5.0


How to register a DLL (SQl Server Mobile 2005) in Windows CE 5.0

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How to register a DLL in Windows CE 5.0 ....
I understand that you must use the application regsvrce ...

Q1: Where do I find this file as in the handheld device does not have it?
Q2: What is the real name of the file?
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xavendano (10/21/2008)
How to register a DLL in Windows CE 5.0 ....
I understand that you must use the application regsvrce ...

Q1: Where do I find this file as in the handheld device does not have it?
Q2: What is the real name of the file?


There are 3 general approaches to registering dlls on CE:

1 - Use regsvrce.exe - but you'd have to pull that tool from an Embedded C++ installation - that's the only place it ships.
2 - Use a cab file (you need to place a CESelfRegister line in the inf file).
3 - Write an additional setup dll that calls DllRegisterServer on your dll.

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1 - Use regsvrce.exe - but you'd have to pull that tool from an Embedded C++ installation - that's the only place it ships.
2 - Use a cab file (you need to place a CESelfRegister line in the inf file).
3 - Write an additional setup dll that calls DllRegisterServer on your dll.

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hi

can explain this points more please

i have dll and can't register in windows ce

please help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

thankssss
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1 - Use regsvrce.exe - but you'd have to pull that tool from an Embedded C++ installation - that's the only place it ships.
2 - Use a cab file (you need to place a CESelfRegister line in the inf file).
3 - Write an additional setup dll that calls DllRegisterServer on your dll.

Can anyone tell me how exactly anything mentioned above is done?
I have a ready made dll file. what should i do?
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