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Hi ,

We have created one DLL in system and same has to used by Microsoft dynamics so issue is that methods are not getting exposed in Microsoft dynamics.

I successfully registered the assembly and type library of DLL by using regasm.exe

How to expose methods in Microsoft Navision
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Are the methods (and classes) marked as public?
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Yes
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Close as i got the solution by compiling it with lower version compatibility
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