Associations are stored in the registry. I'm not sure where and on a
phone. Google where they are, save a .reg file and add an install.bat to
merge it in the registry.

If you want to create and edit shortcut files, powershell is an option. It also might make sense to bundle
the hods into an installer. Nsis and ISS let you make exe installers with
simple scripting languages.

On Tue, Dec 8, 2015, 18:08 Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 12/8/2015 4:39 PM, Buck Calabro wrote:
On 12/8/2015 5:28 PM, Vernon Hamberg wrote:
Hey Buck

If you set the File Associations in the Tools menu of the main ACS app,
you don't need to put the start-scripts stuff in the shortcut properties
- just the path name of the HOD file.
Good to know, and I recall this from an earlier thread but I haven't
gone back and fiddled with it. I really need to put this in the wiki.
When I get the time, sigh.
Hey, you have lots of time, right?

Seems to me that the start-scripts are not necessarily in the same place
all the time.
I imagine the start scripts go wherever the installer person wants them
to go. Since OP appears to be setting this up from scratch, the world
is his oyster :-)
True enough - one thing I've not seen addressed that I know of - how do
the associations get set if you put the product on a shared network
drive? And do you distribute what to each use, to get a canned set of
5250 sessions, say? I don't think all of that stuff is in acsconfig, is it?

I could be way off-base - I just want "easy" administration and
distribution of the goods!!
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