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.
http://stackoverflow.com/a/534409/95195. 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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