It is possible to reference other dll in different platform?

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jindrich.matous
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It is possible to reference other dll in different platform?

Post by jindrich.matous » Thu Apr 06, 2017 11:58 am

Hallo, I want to work with x86 and x64 platform. I have native libraries of oracle, which are 32bit and 64bit. I found configuration for different platform, but no possibility to reference other libraries. It is possible? How?

thanks,

J.Matous

McTurtle
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Re: It is possible to reference other dll in different platform?

Post by McTurtle » Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:23 am

Hello J.Matous,

You can reference libraries by going to the "Project View" and right clicking on "References"->"Add Reference".
What is located on your machine in the folder "C:\Windows\assembly" can be found under GAC.
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If it is not there, then go to .Net Assembly Browser and find the DLL in order to add a reference.
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If it still doesn't work, it would maybe help to know which libraries exactly you have in mind.

I hope this helps.

Regards,
McTurtle