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Batch Registration Parameter "/L" for Template Information Log

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000120767D
Original Publication Date: 1991-Jun-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Apr-02
Document File: 1 page(s) / 61K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Bell, L: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

This article describes a method for OfficeVision*/2 (OV/2) to allow users to specify the log file redirection parameter, '/l' when registering OV/2 templates with the OV/2 Batch Registration utility, ORS. EXE. ORS.EXE will log all registration information for the templates being registered to the specified file.

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Batch Registration Parameter "/L" for Template Information Log

      This article describes a method for OfficeVision*/2
(OV/2) to allow users to specify the log file redirection parameter,
'/l' when registering OV/2 templates with the OV/2 Batch Registration
utility, ORS.  EXE.  ORS.EXE will log all registration information
for the templates being registered to the specified file.

      The OV/2 Batch Registration Utility, ORS.EXE normally logs all
registration information to a default file called MASTFILE.LOG on the
C drive.  This method of logging registration information overlays
the MASTFILE.LOG on the C drive each time a new template is
registered.  Information recorded in the registration log includes
the name of the template's .ORS installation file, the name of the
registration history file, a description of the information that was
actually registered with OV/2, (such as class name, template name,
icon ids, application name, application parameters, protected status,
etc.), an indication of whether registration is successful for
classes and templates, and where applicable, whether the template has
been successfully added to the New Icons Folder.  This file contains
registration information for all templates registered from a single
ORS.EXE command. The registration log file is useful because
registration results must be supplied to the user in some way.

      System administrators need a method to redirect registration
log information to a partic...