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Returns true if the UI of the associated process is capable of responding to user input; if the UI is unresponsive, false is returned. Gets a System.IO.StreamReader through which the standard error output can be read from the associated process. The process must be configured to redirect error messages when it is created or an exception is thrown; see "Creating New Processes" earlier in this section for details. Similar to StandardError but provides a System.IO.StreamWriter for writing standard input to the system process. Similar to StandardError but provides access to the standard output of a process. Returns a System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo instance that contains the information used to create the system process; the "Creating New Processes" topic earlier in this section contains an overview of the ProcessStartInfo class. Gets a System.DateTime instance containing the time the system process was started.
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Two methods of the Process class allow the current thread to synchronize with the state of a given process. The WaitForExit method blocks the current thread indefinitely until the associated process terminates. For processes that have user interfaces, the WaitForInputIdle method blocks the current thread until the process enters an idle state. Both methods provide overloads where a timeout period is specified, after which the method returns false and the blocked thread continues. The Process class also provides an event mechanism to notify listeners of process termination. To enable events, the Process.EnableRaisingEvents property must be set to true. An event handler can then be registered with the Process.Exited event that will be called when the associated process is terminated.
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The Windows registry provides a centralized repository where the operating system and applications can store information. The registry is structured hierarchically, with the registry key being the base unit of organization. Registry keys can hold both typed data and subkeys. Given the changes implemented with .NET, including self-describing assemblies, configuration files, and isolated storage, the importance of the registry is diminished. However, the registry is still a useful service, and the .NET Framework provides direct access to it through a simple set of classes in the Microsoft.Win32 namespace.
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The Registry Class
Despite having a hierarchical structure, the registry doesn't derive from a single root key. Microsoft.Win32.Registry is a utility class that contains seven static read-only RegistryKey fields (discussed next); these fields represent the primary entry points into the registry.
Appendix A. Platform Integration
The registry classes don't support direct random access to named registry keys; entry points must be obtained through the Registry class. The members of Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey are used to navigate to the required registry key. Table A-6 lists the seven static fields, indicates the area they map to in the registry, and summarizes the information contained in that area.
Table A-6. Static RegistryKey Fields of the Registry Class
Description Maps to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. Contains information about extension to application mappings and OLE objects. Maps to HKEY_CURENT_CONFIG. Contains current non-user-specific CurrentConfig hardware configuration information. Maps to HKEY_CURRENT_USER. Contains information about current CurrentUser user preferences. Maps to HKEY_DYN_DATA. Contains dynamic registry data. DynData Maps to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. Contains local machine LocalMachine configuration data. PerformanceData Maps to HKEY_PERFORMANCE_DATA. Contains performance information. Maps to HKEY_USERS. Contains information about user accounts and Users default user information.
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The RegistryKey Class
The RegistryKey class represents a key node within the Registry hierarchy. Table A-7 details the members of the RegistryKey class that provide access to information about a particular key as well as the values and child keys it contains. All get, set, and delete methods are case preserving but not case sensitive with regard to the registry key and value names.
Table A-7. Members of the RegistryKey Class
Member Properties Name SubkeyCount ValueCount Methods Close() CreateSubKey()
Description Gets the name of the RegistryKey. Gets the number of subkeys in the RegistryKey. Gets the number of values in the RegistryKey.
Closes an open RegistryKey and flushes any changes to disk. Creates a new subkey with the specified name and returns a RegistryKey instance. If the subkey already exists, the existing subkey is returned. Deletes the specified empty subkey. DeleteSubKey() DeleteSubKeyTree() Deletes the subkey and all child subkeys recursively. Deletes the specified value from the RegistryKey. DeleteValue() Causes the registry write buffers to be flushed. Flush()
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