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RegAsm not executing.

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I installed MS DevEnv 2003 with framework 1.1.I developed a small
application which looks out for the assembly vcersion of a .net DLL or
EXE via code. But i have a problme durng the registration using RegAsm.

My Question is

Does the RegASM can be called from anywere like we call RegSvr32 or it
will be found only in
Visual Studio Tools Path? If the ans is yes, then should i handle this
in code.

I was guessing that RegASm can be called from anywhere once the .NET
has been installed

Please can some one give any hint how to approach this issue?

Regards
JP

Oct 9 '06 #1
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RegSvr32 is in system folder, so you can call in from anywhere.
RegAsm is not. That mean you should include its folder in PATH
environment variable.
One easy way is running it with Visual Studio .NET 2003 Command Prompt,
found in Start menu. Everything is setup for you.

gopal wrote:
I installed MS DevEnv 2003 with framework 1.1.I developed a small
application which looks out for the assembly vcersion of a .net DLL or
EXE via code. But i have a problme durng the registration using RegAsm.

My Question is

Does the RegASM can be called from anywere like we call RegSvr32 or it
will be found only in
Visual Studio Tools Path? If the ans is yes, then should i handle this
in code.

I was guessing that RegASm can be called from anywhere once the .NET
has been installed

Please can some one give any hint how to approach this issue?

Regards
JP
Oct 9 '06 #2

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From start Search for files and folders Find Regasm.exe

Drag and drop it on the command prompt and provide the dll that you want to
register.

--
Radhakrishna Banavalikar
Vasant-Vihar, Thane, INDIA.
"Truong Hong Thi" wrote:
RegSvr32 is in system folder, so you can call in from anywhere.
RegAsm is not. That mean you should include its folder in PATH
environment variable.
One easy way is running it with Visual Studio .NET 2003 Command Prompt,
found in Start menu. Everything is setup for you.

gopal wrote:
I installed MS DevEnv 2003 with framework 1.1.I developed a small
application which looks out for the assembly vcersion of a .net DLL or
EXE via code. But i have a problme durng the registration using RegAsm.

My Question is

Does the RegASM can be called from anywere like we call RegSvr32 or it
will be found only in
Visual Studio Tools Path? If the ans is yes, then should i handle this
in code.

I was guessing that RegASm can be called from anywhere once the .NET
has been installed

Please can some one give any hint how to approach this issue?

Regards
JP

Oct 9 '06 #3

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