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QuestionHow to Marshall (DLL::MyClass) object in a VS2005-C# App? Pin
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QuestionInsert dataset content into a local database table Pin
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QuestionRe-Compiling to utilize on different machines? New to CLI C++ Pin
bobbreton16-Jan-07 16:51
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When using a Managed C++ Wrapper to expose methods to C# and VB.NET I get cannot create reference to this object when I transfer my compiled application to another machine. I am using C# and VB.NET by making a reference to it, and (Using or Import...), I am able to compile on a machine using VS-2005 CLI C++ and make a DLL. On the same machine I can reference this DLL, and utilize its exposed methods. This works all the time on the same machine that I compiled the CLI C++ DLL on, but when I copy the C# or VB source code and DLL to another machine, I have to re-run the Managed C++ Compile from source code in order to properly reference the DLL. What am I missing if I want to compile and distribute my VB or C# Application with this DLL? What is the compiler doing that I am not when I reference the DLL? Should I attempt to Sign and import it into the GAC or? What is the proper way of performing this?
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QuestionOWL->MFC->C# Pin
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QuestionHow to run project in c++ in .net Pin
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QuestionWhich contains what?? Pls help Pin
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Questionfile creation directory Pin
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QuestionHelp. C++ newbie has problems :p Pin
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