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    Default Access to system registry

    Hi,
    I have a requirement to read installed MS Office and MySQL versions to Java Desktop application through Java code only, with out JNI calls.

    It's urgent Please any one can help me.
    thanks in advance.

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    can you explain further about your question.

    i'll try to help if i can.

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    Runtime.exec / ProcessBuilder

    Java can only access the registry as it pertains to Preferences, AFAIK, under it's own start node, not the Registry in General. Although I may be wrong on that, so start playing with the Preferences class and getRootNode (I believe that's the method call). You do know what the registry structure is like, so that you can search for the proper keys, right? If not, ask on some sort of MS site, this is not the place.

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