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Expose a COM interface that exists in a dll through a .NET assembly

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I have a DLL that exposes interfaces (compiled with VC++ 6.0)

I've used exported functions(not interfaces) of this DLL in a .NET project and everything is alright.

The problem is that the built assembly (exe) do not expose the interfaces of my DLL, thing that it is done automatically in a native C++ project.

Can anyone helps??

Nov 13 '08 #1
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I believe you are running into protection issues because your program is using a CLR. I would research MSDN and study up on interoperabilty. There are many topics about this.
Nov 13 '08 #2

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