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Steps for RCW(runtime collable wrapper)
In this we see the steps for creating runtime collable wrapper(rcw).
RCW means managed code calling unmanaged code services.
Steps for RCW:
1. Goto VB 6.0 and take a ActiveX DLL.
2. In the DLL write a simple function like
Public Function Show()
MsgBox("Message Box created by VB")
3. Click file and select make project DLL. It will ask you to save on a appropriate file path. Save it using the path with the name project1.
4. Open visual studio 2008 and take a console application. Right click on the reference folder in the solution explorer and add a reference of this project DLL i.e. VB project DLL.
5. Add the assembly "using Project1"
6. And then create the project of that class and call the function created in VB.
7. run the application
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