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Making com visible library - .Net 2.0

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Jon
I have made a dll with a single class in it that will need to be accessible
from both other .Net apps and older VB 6 apps, using COM.

I have set the project to be COM visible in all the places I could find it:
- On the 'compile' tab of My Project, I checked "Register for COM interop"
- In the class file itself, the class is marked True for "COM Class" and
"COM Visible"
- In AssemblyInfo.vb, ComVisible is True

When I do Regasm on it, it tells me that no types were registered.

This dll does reference two other .Net dlls...do I have to make every class
in them COM visible, as well (there are dozens!)?

If not, what could be wrong?

Thanks
Apr 4 '06 #1
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