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How to create modular design using late bound references?

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First off, let me say that I'm still relatively new, so please bear with me.

My problem lies in creating a program that has two parts, a core
application, and then other modules that can be added in for greater
functionality. The program was originally written in VB6 and the modules
were created as ActiveX exe's that would be accessed by using the
CreateObject command and then supplying two strings which have the root
namespace and the class to be used for operations.

I've migrated the core and modules to VB.Net but I cannot achieve the same
functionality. The modules have been created as libraries that I create
references to. What I would ideally like to do is create a late bound
reference using string variables that contain the namespace and class.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Jeff B.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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See the below URL for more information. It sounds like it's exactly what you
are trying to do.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...nframework.asp

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First off, let me say that I'm still relatively new, so please bear with
me.

My problem lies in creating a program that has two parts, a core
application, and then other modules that can be added in for greater
functionality. The program was originally written in VB6 and the modules
were created as ActiveX exe's that would be accessed by using the
CreateObject command and then supplying two strings which have the root
namespace and the class to be used for operations.

I've migrated the core and modules to VB.Net but I cannot achieve the same
functionality. The modules have been created as libraries that I create
references to. What I would ideally like to do is create a late bound
reference using string variables that contain the namespace and class.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Jeff B.

Jul 21 '05 #2

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