<cfregistry>

Reads, writes, and deletes keys and values in the system registry. The cfregistry tag is supported on all platforms, including Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX.

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This tag is also supported within <cfscript>

Attribute Description
sort
string, optional

Sorts query column data (case-insensitive). Sorts on Entry, Type, and Value columns as text. Specify a combination of columns from query output, in a comma-delimited list. For example: sort = "value desc, entry asc"

asc: ascending (a to z) sort order desc: descending (z to a) sort order

variable
string, optional

Variable into which to put value.

entry
string, optional

Registry value to access.

name
string, optional

Name of record set to contain returned keys and values.

type
string, optional

string: return string values dWord: return DWord values key: return keys any: return keys and values

value
string, optional

Value data to set. If you omit this attribute, cfregistry creates default value, as follows:

string: creates an empty string: "" dWord: creates a value of 0 (zero)

action
string, required

action to the registry

branch
string, required

Name of a registry branch.

<cfregistry
    [sort=string]
    [variable=string]
    [entry=string]
    [name=string]
    [type=string]
    [value=string]
    action=getAll|get|set|delete
    branch=string
>

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See also