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Accessing .NET Component with CreateObject from a 16-bit Application

Hi Newsgroup

I have written a .NET Component, made the check on "register for COM
interop" in Build options, create a strong name and registered the assembly
in the GAC.

Accessing this Assembly with VB6 or VB Script (with CreateObject) works very
fine.

But when I try to access this assembly with a 16-bit-Basic-Language-Platform
called Superbase, it dosn't work. When I make a Component in VB6 and install
it, i can access this Compoment with Superbase (with CreateObject).

So my question now is: Can I make my .NET-Component accessible (like a VB6
Component) for this 16-bit-Platform called superbase (or every older
programming language)?

Thanks alot for every help!

Nijazi Halimaji
Nov 21 '05 #1
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