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From: Tony Johansson on 28 Apr 2010 06:11
I have used an example on the Code project to call .NET code from COM and
here it worked fine without creating a shared assembly
It we have the oppsite situation calling COM from .NET is there any
requirement that you must have shared assembly when you call COM from .NET.
I know all about how to create a type library by using either VS or tlbimp
From: Patrice on 28 Apr 2010 06:52
> It we have the oppsite situation calling COM from .NET is there any
> requirement that you must have shared assembly when you call COM from
This is possible but not a requirement. "Deploying an Interop Application"
at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/tc0204w0(v=VS.100).aspx could
help (note that in .NET 4 you can embed only the types your application
actually uses, not tried this myself yet).
Or if you have a particular issue, explain what you tried and how it