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Integrating multiple projects in a single VB.NET solution

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i have 5 projects in a single solution file of the VB.NET.Onlyone project is the startup project and another projects containsthe class files.I want the startup project uses the class ofremaining project at the runtime.How can i make a relationbetween those projects.If any knows please tell me the idea,inever worked with multiple projects.
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"mamatha k via .NET 247" <an*******@dotnet247.com> schrieb
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i have 5 projects in a single solution file of the VB.NET.Only one
project is the startup project and another projects contains the
class files.I want the startup project uses the class of remaining
project at the runtime.How can i make a relation between those
projects.If any knows please tell me the idea,i never worked with
multiple projects.


Menu Project -> add reference: select 3rd tab ("projects"), select the
projects to be referenced.
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Nov 20 '05 #2

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* mamatha k via .NET 247 <an*******@dotnet247.com> scripsit:
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i have 5 projects in a single solution file of the VB.NET.Only one
project is the startup project and another projects contains the class
files.I want the startup project uses the class of remaining project at
the runtime.How can i make a relation between those projects.If any
knows please tell me the idea,i never worked with multiple projects.


Add a project reference:

Right-click the project in project explorer -> "Add Reference..." ->
"Projects" -> select project there and add a reference. In addition to
that, you may want to change the project build order or check project
dependencies (available over the context menu too).

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Nov 20 '05 #3

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