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Use Windows DLL in Clarion

Use Windows DLL in Clarion

Use Windows DLL in Clarion

I have an issue in Clarion which I need help with. We are using Clarion 6.300.9054 for our applications. These are multi-dll applications which have a user login screen. Our goal is to have a single login location which all of our applications, both Clarion and Visual Studio, can be accessed from. The main login has been created in Visual Studio 2012 using .Net 4.0.

The issue is getting the clarion application called to be able to recognize and use a decryption function from a Visual Studio .dll Class Library. The libmaker.exe does not appear to recognize the .dll in order to create a lib file to use in clarion. We have also tried to register the .dll at runtime in the clarion application but so far no luck. It will compile but fails when gets to the .dll. The .dll was set as Com Visible and given a GUID when it was compiled.

Any suggestions, examples, links would be appreciated.

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