Importing an Edited AXT File
Novell Cool Solutions: Trench
By Stan Schwartz
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Posted: 12 Jan 2000
Stan is an enterprise consultant for Global Solutions, in Fenton MO, USA.
In dealing with a lot of applications, I found that it's easier to import a "corrected" AXT file, than to import whatever the snAppShot gives you, and edit the NDS object later. What I have done is to associate the utility called AOTXPORT.EXE in my registry with AXT files. I delete the AOT file, then open the AXT file up in notepad, and make the necessary corrections/deletions/additions. Then I save it, right click on it and select "Convert to AXT File" right from the pop-up menu.
It's really simple (I did it, didn't I?), and I've included the text from the reg file below.
@="Convert to AOT File"
@="\"C:\\Program Files\\WIN32\\AOTXPORT.EXE\" \"%1\""
Thanks for a great site, with extremely useful information! I hope someone (besides me) finds this helpful!
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