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Before you begin:
The code below retrieves list of content-type values with corresponding file extensions from HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\MIME\Database\Content Type. It links, for example, text/html to .htm file type.

Content-type value for a particular file type (reversed lookup) can be obtained from corresponding sub-key of HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. For example, for .html read values of HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.html key.

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    #DEFINE HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT  0x80000000
    #DEFINE HKEY_CURRENT_USER  0x80000001
    #DEFINE HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE 0x80000002
    #DEFINE ERROR_SUCCESS 0
    #DEFINE KEY_ALL_ACCESS 0xf003f
    #DEFINE KEY_READ 0x20019
    #DEFINE KeyMIME "MIME\Database\Content Type"
    #DEFINE KeyClasses "SOFTWARE\Classes"
    #DEFINE KeyExtension "Extension"
    #DEFINE KeyCLSID "CLSID"
    
    CREATE CURSOR cs (ext C(10), CLSID C(50), contenttype C(50),;
        checktype C(50), filetype1 C(100), filetype2 C(100))
    
    LOCAL hKey, nResult, nIndex, cBuffer, nResult, hSubkey,;
        cExtension, cCLSID, cContentType, cFiletype, cFiletype2
    
    hKey=0
    nResult = RegOpenKeyEx(HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT, KeyMIME, 0,;
        KEY_READ, @hKey)
    
    IF nResult <> ERROR_SUCCESS
        ? "RegOpenKeyEx failed with error code: " + nResult
        RETURN
    ENDIF
    
    * enumerating subkeys of
    * HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\MIME\Database\Content Type
    nIndex=0
    DO WHILE .T.
        cBuffer = REPLICATE(CHR(0), 512)
        nResult = RegEnumKey(hKey, nIndex, @cBuffer, Len(cBuffer))
        IF nResult <> ERROR_SUCCESS
            EXIT
        ENDIF
    
        cBuffer = SUBSTR(cBuffer, 1, AT(Chr(0),cBuffer)-1)
        INSERT INTO cs (contenttype) VALUES (m.cBuffer)
    
        hSubkey = 0
        IF RegOpenKeyEx(hKey, cBuffer, 0,;
            KEY_READ, @hSubkey) = ERROR_SUCCESS
    
            cExtension = GetKeyValue(hSubkey, KeyExtension)
            cCLSID = GetKeyValue(hSubkey, KeyCLSID)
    
            REPLACE cs.ext WITH cExtension, cs.CLSID WITH m.cCLSID
            = RegCloseKey(hSubkey)
        ENDIF
        nIndex = nIndex + 1
    ENDDO
    = RegCloseKey(hKey)
    
    * retrieving content type and file type values
    SELECT cs
    SCAN ALL FOR NOT EMPTY(cs.ext)
        cExtension = ALLTRIM(cs.ext)
    
        cContentType = GetContentType(m.cExtension)
        REPLACE checktype WITH m.cContentType
    
        cFiletype1 = GetDefaultKeyValue(HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT,;
            m.cExtension)
    
        IF EMPTY(cFiletype1)
            cFiletype2 = ""
        ELSE
            cFiletype2 = GetDefaultKeyValue(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,;
                KeyClasses + "\" + m.cFiletype1)
        ENDIF
    
        REPLACE filetype1 WITH m.cFiletype1,;
            filetype2 WITH m.cFiletype2
    ENDSCAN
    
    SELECT cs
    GO TOP
    BROWSE NORMAL NOWAIT
    * end of main
    
    FUNCTION GetKeyValue(hKey, cValueName)
        LOCAL nIndex, cName, nNameSize, nType,;
            cBuffer, nBufsize, nResult
    
        STORE 0 TO nIndex, nType
        DO WHILE .T.
            STORE 4096 TO nNameSize, nBufsize
            STORE REPLICATE(CHR(0), nBufsize) TO cName, cBuffer
    
            nResult = RegEnumValue(hKey, nIndex, @cName, @nNameSize,;
                0, @nType, @cBuffer, @nBufsize)
    
            IF nResult = ERROR_SUCCESS
                cName = SUBSTR(cName, 1, AT(CHR(0), cName)-1)
                IF UPPER(ALLTRIM(cValueName)) == UPPER(ALLTRIM(cName))
                    RETURN SUBSTR(cBuffer, 1, AT(CHR(0), cBuffer)-1)
                ENDIF
            ELSE
                RETURN ""
            ENDIF
            nIndex = nIndex + 1
        ENDDO
    RETURN ""
    
    FUNCTION GetDefaultKeyValue(hParent, cSubkey)
        LOCAL nResult, hKey, cValue
    
        IF RegOpenKeyEx(hParent,;
            m.cSubkey, 0, KEY_READ, @hKey) = 0
            cValue = GetKeyValue(hKey, "")
            = RegCloseKey(m.hKey)
        ELSE
            cValue = ""
        ENDIF
    RETURN m.cValue
    
    FUNCTION GetContentType(cExt)
        LOCAL hKey, cContentType, nResult
        nResult = RegOpenKeyEx(HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT,;
            m.cExt, 0, KEY_READ, @hKey)
        IF nResult <> 0
            RETURN ""
        ENDIF
        cContentType = GetKeyValue(hKey, "Content Type")
        = RegCloseKey(hKey)
    RETURN m.cContentType
    
    PROCEDURE decl
        DECLARE INTEGER RegCloseKey IN advapi32 INTEGER hKey
    
        DECLARE INTEGER RegOpenKeyEx IN advapi32;
            INTEGER hKey, STRING lpSubKey, INTEGER ulOptions,;
            INTEGER samDesired, INTEGER @phkResult
    
        DECLARE INTEGER RegEnumValue IN advapi32;
            INTEGER hKey, INTEGER dwIndex, STRING @lpValueName,;
            INTEGER @lpcValueName, INTEGER lpReserved, INTEGER @lpType,;
            STRING @lpData, INTEGER @lpcbData
    
        DECLARE INTEGER RegEnumKey IN advapi32;
            INTEGER hKey, INTEGER dwIndex, STRING @lpName,;
            INTEGER cchName
    
    
    

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    Created: 2004-09-03 08:23:41  
    Modified: 2010-05-13 09:58:39  
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    RegCloseKey
    RegEnumKey
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    My comment:
    Code similar to the above I used in FoxPro SendEmail class. To assemble multi-part email message, you need to know content-type value for each file attachment to encode the file as well as to add this value as SMTP header.

    Same should be true for files transferred to remote server through HTTP POST requests.

    * * *
    Question: how to obtain file type, the one Explorer displays in Type column, for a given extension?



    Solution:

    Step 1. Read default value for HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.vbw



    Step 2. Read default value for HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VisualBasic.VBWFile or for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\VisualBasic.VBWFile


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