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can't register C# dll

Posted on 2006-11-17
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I created a MyFunctions.dll in C#, and want to use it in my ASP pages; however, when I attempt to register it via "regsvr32 c:\MyFunctions.dll", I get the error: "c:\MyFunctions.dll was loaded but dllregisterserver entry point not found".  What do I need to do to get it registered, so I can use it in my ASP pages?
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For .Net dll to be used as legacy COM components, an interop is needed. There is a tool for this. Use as

regasm myTest.dll

You will find this in C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\The.NetVersion
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