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Project Grouping Issue

Posted on 1999-01-06
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I have group two project, but none of the forms, modules, etc.. from one project seemed to be able to see the other, and I'm not sure how to overcome this.
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Question by:zene
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Creating a project group does not allow you to see forms in between projects. All the project files remain in their own projects privately.
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This is a misunderstanding of what a project group is.

A project group is a trick for debugging a dll.
You need to make a reference from the exe to the dll (project/references).
Now you can access the public classes of the dll from the exe
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