I have created a DLL in visual studio 2010 (c# and v3.5)
An app that we have includes an integrated scripting environment that you can use to run functions within the program.
It is simple VB and you can reference a DLL by simply typing
However I cannot get it to "find" my DLL at runtime.
I have put the DLL in the GAC using gacutil but still nothing.
After throwing it into a few random areas of the app's server folders I got it to see the DLL when checking syntax but at runtime it still says it cannot find my DLL.
Is there a way to know where this app is looking, what path it is checking? I can't ask the vendor because (although they offer the environment) they do not provide support for custom code.
My recent DLL experience has either been in the GAC or in the bin folder of an app.
So a generic question, if putting a DLL outside of the gac, do you still have to reg the dll these days?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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