Adding Your Application to the Windows Registry

Microsoft Windows maintains a registry database of key application parameters.  Applications built with Iron Speed Designer will optionally log certain events into the Windows Event Viewer, and in order to do this, require certain registry settings.  When you copy your application to a production environment, you can add this entry to the Registry to permit Event Viewer logging:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00


We recommend rebooting Microsoft IIS web server in order to use the Windows Registry.

Please note that adding this Registry entry is optional, but it is useful in debugging your application.  You may put this Registry entry in a file that you can run each time you move an application into production.  However, you need only add this Registry entry once, and not for every deployment.

See Also

Deploying Applications with the Deployment Wizard

Manually Deploying an Application to a Production Server

Deploying to Application Hosting Service Providers

Changing Database Connection Settings

Adding Your Application to the Windows Registry

Starting Your Session State Service