Using DLL that is not strong-name-key in a DLL that must be strong-name-key
Posted on 2004-09-08
I am writing a DLL in VB.NET. This DLL will be used in computers that have the .NET framework installed, therefore need to be strong-name-key (or not?).
In this DLL I need to use a DLL, that apperently is not strong-name-key: when I try to compile my dll with the reference to the other DLL I get the error:
Unable to emit assembly: Referenced assembly 'Interop.DSOBJECTSLib' does not have a strong name
How do I use the other dll in my dll, or how do I distribute my dll if it is not strong-name-key?