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C# Class Library wont register for COM


C# Class Library wont register for COM

By : nemmy05
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
help you fix your problem Alright I found the problem, which was actually caused by two problems. When I would build the project in Visual Studio I noticed that the type library file was not being created. I discovered a warning that told me no classes were found that could be registered so registration was not occurring. As I dug a little deeper I found these two rules. 1. Static classes will not register with COM. 2. All classes must have a public default constructor to be instantiated through COM
From MSDN: Types must have a public default constructor to be instantiated through COM. Managed, public types are visible to COM. However, without a public default constructor (a constructor without arguments), COM clients cannot create an instance of the type. COM clients can still use the type if the type is instantiated in another way and the instance is returned to the COM client. You may include overloaded constructors that accept varying arguments for these types. However, constructors that accept arguments may only be called from managed (.NET) code.
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Monotouch: Library with a Foundation.Register class

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By : user2605124
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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By : Pinchitavo
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By : user2139491
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By : Christian Roberts
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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