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Call a dll+C#+window application

Posted on 2011-09-30
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Hi All,
i am trying to call a dll,so i have added the reference of the dll to my project then i have calling the form that is involved into the dll and all is worked fine.
but now i am trying to access the SqlTableAdaper that is involved into the form so i set the modifier to" Public" but the problem is as follows:
I cannot find all the properties and method of the SqlTableAdapter why????
I found just the List that you can find it in the attachment file.

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by:käµfm³d 👽
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You may need to add a reference to the System.Data.dll in your current (i.e. non-DLL) project.
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by:MKItani
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i told you that i can called at run time, so of sure i have added the reference.
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by:käµfm³d 👽
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i told you that i can called at run time, so of sure i have added the reference.
Um, I don't quite understand how calling at run time indicates that you've added a referecne--since it is possible to dynamically load a DLL at runtime, but it sounds like you know what you're talking about. I'm sure you'll have a solution worked out in no time. Good luck  = )
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the trick is the rest of the properties of sql data adapter are of type internal.
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because i don't get an accurate answer then i get the true answer by testing.
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