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How to use Dotfuscator with 3rd Party signed DLL?

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Hi,

I am building an application that uses Steema's TeeChart. When I run
my app through the dotfuscator it breaks the executable (saying
something about not finding the strongly named TeeChart dll).

Any advice?
Thanks,
John
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi John,

Have you added the signed DLL to the GAC? FUSLOGVW.exe utility, shipped
with .NET Framework SDK, may help you narrow down the problem. It tracks
assembly binding process and you are able to get details of the failed
assembly binding.

Regards,

Felix Wu
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Hi,

I am building an application that uses Steema's TeeChart. When I run
my app through the dotfuscator it breaks the executable (saying
something about not finding the strongly named TeeChart dll).

Any advice?
Thanks,
John


Jul 21 '05 #2

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