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Converting DLL to be compatible with ASP

David L. Hansen
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Last Modified: 2017-05-31
I have a DLL, that had a number of WinForm objects in it, that I've prepped for use in ASP.  To do this I removed all instances of WinForm objects, or calls, from the library and recompiled. I've given the new library to our web-developer and he says it doesn't work. I can confirm that the library has no more lingering WinForm code or objects in it and that it compiles without issue. It's in C# to match with the ASP project and I've tried compiled with Framework 3.5 and also 4.0 (neither helped). I wonder if the framework is the issue actually. Our ASP project is using ASP.Core.

Any ideas?
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