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Hi jschell,

You are right - its not a good idea.

We don't want to give specific location of dependent Dll in COM code . Because this dependent DLL is not developed by us. This dll usually obtained after installation of a software.
we legally tied-off with this software company & code cann't be provided them(as usual company policy)
Hence if it is possible then we want to load dynamically.

I'm guessing if we do search the dependent dll in whole system while invoking ,there may be the performance issue may happen. But still the requirement is like this.

Hope you understood our requirement.
Hence if any best ways kindly please suggest.

modified 7-Nov-12 0:10am.

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