Unmanaged COM dll in Managed code RRS feed

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  • User322363079 posted
    Hi, We are using managed C++. I want to use unmanaged dll in managed code. What I m doing right now is: 1. In Solution Explorer, click the project node->Add Reference->Right click->Add reference. 2. In the Add Reference dialog box, click the COM tab. 3. Click Browse, and then select any Interop assemblies (DLL). 4. Add any reference (e.g. Active DS Type Library). When you add this dll, the Visual Studio .NET IDE creates a "TEMP FOLDER" in the project folder and copies the dll to this TEMP folder. a. Do anyone know how to get rid of this temp folder as its affecting our solution/project structure. b. Any link to microsoft site that says that "Temp Folder" creation will always be there whenever unmanaged dll is added to managed code. thanks in advance, Ajit
    Wednesday, December 29, 2004 12:30 AM

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