If Active x dll is reregistered again by changing the path ,then what will happen?(Interview Question)?

Posted on 2003-11-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
If Active x dll is reregistered again by changing the path ,then what will happen?(Interview Question)?
Question by:sanjusambhe

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The entry in the registry will be overwritten with the new path.

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ID: 9694789
aHBe's answer is correct.

Just one more thing: if the re-registered dll is the same, the programs using this dll will work fine.

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vbexpert earned 125 total points
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Absolutely this should not affect your programs.



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ID: 9700956
The path would get appended in the registry and it would a new version after the previous one.

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