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Using a statically linked library in C++.NET

Hi,

I am trying to create a Windows User Control, which uses a commercial native C dll and will be hosted in IE.

Using P/Invoke to call C dll functions in Windows User Control (written in C#) has been turned out not working (as we have to install the C dll to the client machine. This does not meet our requirements).

So I am thinking about converting this C dll into a .NET dll in MC++. Then this .NET dll can be used in my C# Windows User Control. I recently found that this C dll has another version, statically linked library. Let's call it image.lib.

My question is: Does anyone has any experience in creating a .NET dll in VC++.NET, using the statically linked C library.

Thanks a lot.
Frank

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