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Old February 23rd, 2011, 01:23 AM
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Hi,

I am new to development and very new to Sharepoint development. The requirement is : my team needs to make a dll such that

a) Sharepoint services should be called from within this dll

b) this dll should reside on the team's Sharepoint server

c) any developer in our team should be able to call apis in the dll from his/her code.



I am hoping I got the terms right and explained it right.. I have no idea where to start.

Any pointers would be really helpful

thanks in advance.
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That's no problem. You create a standard .NET assembly. You can then choose to either put it in the GAC (giving it free rein security wise) or add it to the bin folder or each app that needs to use it.
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thanks for your reply. I will try it :)
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heyyy.. a little late to report the status. but it worked :)

I created a web service whose assembly just exposes my external dll's apis.
and it worked.
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