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Controlling the .NET runtime host provided by IJW

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If I want to use C++ Interop/IJW and I want the .NET runtime that I get to
be STARTUP_LOADER_OPTIMIZATION_MULTI_DOMAIN_HOST is there a way to do that
short of writing to the hosting interfaces and starting up the CLR myself?
Seems like controlling this sort of thing should be possible through the
app.config file or registry or something.

Bern McCarty
Bentley Systems, Inc.
Nov 17 '05 #1
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"Bern McCarty" <be**********@bentley.com> wrote in message
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If I want to use C++ Interop/IJW and I want the .NET runtime that I get to
be STARTUP_LOADER_OPTIMIZATION_MULTI_DOMAIN_HOST is there a way to do that
short of writing to the hosting interfaces and starting up the CLR myself?
Seems like controlling this sort of thing should be possible through the
app.config file or registry or something.


Good question. :-)

FWIW: Not long ago I asked myself the same question. I googled for an answer
though I did not post the question publicly here. In the end, I decided to
host the CLR myself. It turned out to be less work than I thought it would
be.

Regards,
Will


Nov 17 '05 #2

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