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Dim con As ADODB.Connection
Dim res As ADODB.Recordset
Function Getname1(custid As Integer) As String
    Set con = New ADODB.Connection
    con.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=D:\joshi\vbcode\customer.mdb;Persist Security Info=False"
    Dim str As String
    str = "select Firstname + ' ' + Lastname from" & "cust where custid= " & custid
    Set res = con.Execute(str)
    Getname1 = res(0)
End Function


I HAD CREATED DLL OF ABOVE FILE AND I WANT TO USE GENTAME1
FUNCTION INTO OTHER PROJECT HOW TO ACCESS THIS FUNCTION.
i HAD CREATED,COMPILED AND REGISTERED THIS DLL INTO REGESTRY.ALL R WORKING PROPERLY.I CAN ADD THE DDL INTO ANOTHER PROJECT BUT NOT ABEL TO ACCEESS THE GETNAME1 FUNCTION.
IF ANY BODY CAN HELP ME THEN I WILL BE THAKFUL TO THEM.
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is the class public? is the function public?
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Good suggestions emoreau

Assuming you already have a reference to CustomerID that you are passing to your dll:


If you made a reference to your activex dll do the following:

Dim cmVarName as new dllname.classname
Dim PersonName as string

PersonName=cmVarName.getname1(CustID)

msgbox "Welcome " & PersonName

If you have not made a reference in your project to your activex dll do the following

Dim cmVarName as object
Dim PersonName as string

set cmVarName=createobject("dllname.classname")

PersonName=cmVarName.getname1(custid)

msgbox "Welcome " & PersonName

But you must do what emoreau has suggested first.

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any progress?
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Guess not emoreau.  
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Thanks, emoreau  for your help here.

I have finalized this question, and will monitor it for comments.

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