The registry is a system-defined database in which applications and system components store and retrieve configuration data.
This action gives you an ability to create a key, remove a key, create a value item, remove a value item,
read a value item and set a value item.
Action Type Specifies the operation type, and it can be one of the following:
- Create a registry key
- Remove a registry key
- Create a registry value
- Remove a registry value
- Read a registry value
- Write a registry value
- Remove all subkeys and values
Registry Key Specifies the name of the registry sub-key.
Value name Specifies the name of the registry value item.
Value Specifies the value of the registry value item.
Read value into variable Specifies the variable for storing the read data. For more information about the variable, please refer to "Variable and Expression"
Remove all sub-keys and values Specifies whether to remove all sub-keys and values under the registry key,
if the option is unchecked and the registry key includes one or more subkeys then the operation will fail.
Data type of value Specifies the data type of the registry value, it can be one of the following.:
The name of the registry key and registry value item is not case sensitive.
To access a registry key's default of unnamed value item, just leave the value name field blank.
The difference bwteen "Remove all subkeys and values" and "Remove a registry key" is the action "Remove a registry key" will remove the registry key self.