My MFC application accepts opening registered files by double-clicking on them. I need this behaviour, except when a flag is set (bNotAccept=TRUE). In this case no external DDE event should interfere with program execution. How can I handle this?
There are three ways you may try (I haven't done it).
1. Override the CWinApp::OnDDECommand() function to see what the lpszCommand is when you want to disable it.
2. Call the CWinApp::UnregisterShellFileTypes()
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