In Delphi (2007) ShareMem must be declared as the first item in the uses
of the unit you are using and also in your application file. Then
function WebUpdate(strPath: string): Integer; stdcall external'wuw4.dll';
Then call the exported WebUpdate() function with:
procedure CheckForUpdatesExecute();var strPath: string; intResult: integer;begin strPath := 'https://mycompany.com/myscript.txt' intResult := WebUpdate(strPath);if intResult = 0 then ShowMessage('Unable to check for updates because the update components are not installed.');end;
That's it! You are ready to move on to the next step - authoring your update script.
Alternatively, install the supplied wuwstub.exe utilty into the same folder as your application and launch it as a child process, passing the URL of your update script as a command line argument. (Note: this method needs to be used for 64 bit applications because wuw4.dll is a 32 bit DLL. Wuwstub.exe adds only 28kb to your application's footprint.)
Having integrated the Software Update Wizard with your code, the next step is to write your first update script:
The Software Update Wizard comes with comprehensive documentation on all its features. Please click here to read the developer help file on line.
The Software Update Wizard is simple to integrate with most development environments and languages. Click here for a fast start to integration.
Here is an example of how a developer would use the Software Update Wizard to deploy a new version of their software.