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Hello there!!

Im trying to integrate CLIPS with visual studio, the CLIPSNET.dll library works perfect, but, when i run the program it ask for the CLIPSLib.dll.I try to include it in to my workspace, but i get an error message that the reference cannot be added, and to make sure that is a valid COM component or assambly.

Can you help me with this??

Where i got to put the CLIPSlib.dll?? any special place inside the Visual Studio files??
Posted 4-Dec-12 13:55pm
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gayantcc 4-Jan-13 12:57pm
   
Put your CLIPSLIB.dll into the vs2010 debug folder. It worked with me.

I have another problem: I want to load CLIPSLIB.dll with windows service. How can I do it?

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When you run the program the DLL needs to be in either the directory where your executable is loaded from, or one of the system libraries, e.g. Windows\System32.
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