This will be an additional 500 points on a complete satisfactory answer (I have an open question with similar problem for 500 points).
I've been messing around with a problem found here (not really necessary to read): http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/C_Sharp/Q_21122681.html
After an extremely long time I finally managed to get it to work. However, in order to make it work, I have to register my project dll with regasm.exe using the /codebase parameter. Now I read this post of someone (scroll down for the last post): http://dotnetjunkies.com/Newsgroups/microsoft.public.dotnet.distributed_apps/2004/2/27/40357.aspx
that you should *never* register with regasm using /codebase. Well, since I know very little about these things, and I've been working on this for a week now and know no other way than to make this work, I'm a little bit like 'uhu, whatever'.
Can someone explain me what the chances are of errors when doing so? Is it really that bad? And, if it is, is there a way to fix this? (will need to read my 500 point question for this). I will only accept very good answers for 600 points, either by providing a solution to my other post, or when the answer is complete, detailed, and understandable what the problem is with /codebase or why I can use it anyway ;)