Call the init script for the addin. To determine what init script corresponds to which addin, look in the registry. For example, suppose I wanted to invoke the web addin, I would look in the registry here:
I think I asked same questions before, since my testing involovs settting data in application without add-in, and later I have to go annplication with Web/Java Addins. I run the whole scripts all together in night. Now I have to do this in Batch file and stop/restart WR with different add-ins. I hope there is a better way, but seems that's the way it is. Thanks.
I would really like to know if/how well this works. It runs counter to everything I have been told/taught/practiced.
But, if it works....all the better!
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