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Unregistering an app filter - 9.Feb.2009 11:08:56 AM   


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Here is the description of the process of registering and unregistering an application filter in an array: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa503271.aspx

The seventh step is:
"Calling the FPCApplicationFilters.Add method with the application filter's GUID and name, or calling FPCApplicationFilters.Remove to unregister the application filter in the array and skipping the next step. Note that an application filter can be removed from an array configuration only after all the references to it in the FPCRefs collection stored in the InstalledApplicationFilters property of every member of the array have been removed."

Can someone please elaborate on the process of unregistering an application filter in an array? What does the last sentence in the quote above exactly mean?
Should I make sure there are no references to an application filter before calling FPCApplicationFilters.Remove or should I simply call FPCApplicationFilters.Remove and it will just remove reference to it from the array member (without removing the filter) if there are any other references?

< Message edited by shk2 -- 9.Feb.2009 11:09:58 AM >
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