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Hi,
I have created a COM dll . I'm calling another dll(C#.net dll\assembly)by adding refrence of this .net dll(from project properties) .And i able to access properly.

Now i want to make this .net dll usage should be independent of path. I mean -

I'll not add any reference or give path name in my COM dll Hence my COM dll don't know where this .net dll is located in the system. While COM Dll try to call this .net dll it'll search in whole system & load it.

Kindly please advice the C++ code for this

OR LoadLibrary() is only the method through that only we can load library dynamically(independent of path)

Please advice . Thanks in advance Smile | :)

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