Calling .NET Assembly with COM Clients (VB6.0, VFP6.0 and VC++ 6.0)

A .NET assembly cannot be directly used in a VB 6.0 application. It needs to be exported into a Type Library.

A type library is a file or part of a file that describes the type of one or more COM objects. Type libraries do not store objects; they store type information. By accessing a type library, applications can determine the characteristics of an object, such as the interfaces supported by the object and the names and addresses of the members of each interface. A member can also be invoked through a type library.

I have written an article in dotnetspider.com which will describe the steps to use a .NET Assembly in COM Clients such as VB 6.0 or VC++ applications. Click this link.

Calling .NET Assembly with COM Clients like VB6.0, VFP6.0 and VC++ 6.0

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