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I have a project and also have a UserControlLibrary. I have created DLL of UserControlLibary.Now, I want to add it to my application by code.

I tried this, but it doesn't work.
Assembly a = Assembly.LoadFrom("user.dll");
Type myType = a.GetType();
UserControl user = (UserControl)a.CreateInstance(myType);

How can i do?
Posted 23-Mar-12 0:17am
Updated 17-Nov-16 15:56pm
Bernhard Hiller 26-Mar-12 2:55am
Is that library a WPF library, or a Windows Forms library?
Amir Mahfoozi 27-Mar-12 3:34am
In which line you get the error and what is the error details ?

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Solution 1

I suggest you have a "lib" directory or something where you copy your library to, and then add a reference to that.

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