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hi

i have 2 projects in a solution and i want them to access a same object so what should i do create a third project and add it to the solution and if i do  how to define the object in the third project ? so other 2 projects can access its properties ?
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If you feel that you can reuse this object with other projects in future then I would suggest that you create a separate Class project and reference this DLL in your existing project.
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see its a objects that has a dataset as one of its properties so i need it to be available to all projects at run time
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