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Unload DLL Module from Owner Process

Hi folk,

is there a possibility to unload a (DLL-) Module from its owner Process
within a VB.NET Application?
With other words, how can I unload at Runtime a DLL, which my
Application has loaded, from the memory.

I'm very thankful for your Help!

Nov 20 '05 #1
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* Jan Jeitziner <sp******@bluew in.ch> scripsit:
is there a possibility to unload a (DLL-) Module from its owner Process
within a VB.NET Application?
With other words, how can I unload at Runtime a DLL, which my
Application has loaded, from the memory.

If you load it into a separate app domain, you can unload it by
unloading the app domain.

Herfried K. Wagner [MVP]
Nov 20 '05 #2

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