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Is it possible to create a win32 dll in vb.net?

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is it possible to create a win32 dll in vb.net? to be called by other
applications, for example being an extended procedure in sql server, or
custom dll in installer.

thanks,

Vadim

Nov 20 '05 #1
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* "Vadim Rapp" <vr@myrealbox.nospam.com> scripsit:
is it possible to create a win32 dll in vb.net? to be called by other
applications, for example being an extended procedure in sql server,
or custom dll in installer.


What do you mean by "Win32 DLL"? A DLL that exports functions like,
for example, "user32.dll" does? That's not possible.

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Nov 20 '05 #2

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You can for example create a class library, this can then be included in
other .net apps.

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Hello:

is it possible to create a win32 dll in vb.net? to be called by other
applications, for example being an extended procedure in sql server, or
custom dll in installer.

thanks,

Vadim

Nov 20 '05 #3

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"Vadim Rapp" <vr@myrealbox.nospam.com> wrote in news:eZjepvAbEHA.3480
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Hello:

is it possible to create a win32 dll in vb.net? to be called by other
applications, for example being an extended procedure in sql server, or
custom dll in installer.

You can create an ActiveX DLL in .NET though, but I think it still needs
the .NET runtime.
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Nov 20 '05 #4

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