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PAssing Variant datatypes from .net to com

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I am using both VB.2005 express and professional and need to access a COM server which requires a variant paramter.

I have referenced the com dll and have seen some examples where a variable can be decalred as a variant in .net which is not supported in the .net framework. If I try and do anything with the com interfaces which require a variant intellisense uses the interop mapping and prompts for an object I have tried importing various .net namespaces.

What references/imports do I need to set to be able to declare a variable as a Variant type in .net.

Alternatively do I need to use a Com Class in my .net app?


May 8 '07 #1
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