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Custom .NET DLLs into the Add Reference Dialog

, 17 Feb 2010 CPOL
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However, if you want to show VS2008 to display your custom DLLs within in the list maintained by the Add Reference dialog, all you need to do is place a copy of the DLL within the PublicAssemblies folder located under C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE. Once you have done...
However, if you want to show VS2008 to display your custom DLLs within in the list maintained by the Add Reference dialog, all you need to do is place a copy of the DLL within the PublicAssemblies folder located under C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE. Once you have done so, look at Add Reference Dialog, it's showing your DLL.

Note: Not always C:\... Go to your Visual Studio installation drive

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I have started programming in 10 years on Fortran 77.Then it was Cobol,C,C++,JAVA 1.2, ASP,JavaScript. Now it at all C# and .NET Framework, such tehnologies as WCF, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, LINQ, ASP.NET Ajax , FLEX and another.

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