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Strong Names

Postby Scott Meddows » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 03:05:15 GMT

I have a major problem.

I have a deadline of Monday and I don't know if I can do what I need to do.
(darn Crystal Reports for not migrating to a different server!)

I'm adding a reference to a COM control in VS.  However, my assembly is
signed with a strong name.  When I attempt to compile the exe I get the
error of  "Unable to emit assembly: Referenced assembly 'Interop.SHDocVw'
does not have a strong name"

Is there a way I can tell the compiler to not check this dll for a strong
name?  Is there a way I can have VS generate this proxy WITH a strong name?

Help is needed and appreciated.

Thanks
Scott



Re: Strong Names

Postby Mattias Sjren » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 07:24:06 GMT

Scott,


No


Not when using VB.NET no.

But you can use the TlbImp or AxImp tools to generate the interop
assembly instead. They both have /keyfile options so you can give the
assembly a strong name. Then reference this assembly from VS.NET.



Mattias

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Re: Strong Names

Postby Scott Meddows » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 08:39:29 GMT

I've tried to use that tool and it gives me the error that a CSP cannot be
found for one of the classes in the DLL

What I was trying to wrap is the COM Internet Explorer control.









Re: Strong Names

Postby Mattias Sjren » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 08:49:20 GMT

Scott,


Never seen that before. Can you post the exact command line you used
and the error message you got?



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