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QuestionIs it now taboo to use the registry? Pin
roybrew20-Nov-02 15:38
roybrew20-Nov-02 15:38 
I am converting an old VC++ app to C#. I had two builds for this program: 1) an Eval version; and 2) a registered version. The way I had this setup it required 2 separate programs to be built. The eval version expired after 30 days had passed by storing an encoded timestamp in the registry of when it was installed so it could tell when the expiration date had elapsed and disable the software. So now in the .NET world, where folks seem to be shying away from using the registry (not necessarily a bad thing!), where is the best place to do something like this? In the metadata, or in assembly attributes, etc. ?? I'd rather not use the registry if there is a more appropriate, politically correct place to put this. Basically I don't want the user to be able to go in and fiddle with it. Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Roy

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Roy H. Berger
roybrew@att.net


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