Adding .NET Assemblies to the Target – PB Docs 120


Adding .NET Assemblies to the Target

To call methods in .NET assemblies in your .NET
application, you need to import the assemblies into the target.


  1. Right-click the target in the System Tree
    and select .NET Assemblies.

  2. To import a private .NET Assembly:


    1. Click Browse

    2. Browse to select a private assembly with the .dll,
      .tlb, .olb, .ocx,
      or .exe extension and click Open.

    To import multiple assemblies, you must select and import
    them one at a time.


  3. To import a shared .NET Assembly:


    1. Click Add to open the Import .NET Assembly
      dialog box.

    2. Select a shared assembly from the list and click
      OK.

    To import multiple assemblies, you must select and import
    them one at a time. You can use the Import .NET Assembly dialog
    box to import recently used assemblies.

For more information about shared and private assemblies,
see Installing assemblies in the global assembly cache
.


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