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Default Passing user defined parameters to vb dll

Hi,
have created XMLParser.dll with two functions in vb
ParserMRXML(Filename as string) as MASTERRECIPE
&
CreateMRRecipe(Filename as string,MasterDetail as MASTERRECIPE)
Wherein MASTERRECIPE is userdefined nested structure used to hold all tag details.

Now I have opened another vb standard exe project.
Gave the reference of xmlparser.dll

Created same structure MASTERRECIPE in the project
dim MasterRecord as MASTERRECIPE
dim obj as CXmlParser
MasterRecord = obj.ParseMRXML("C:\MasterRecipe.xml")
    This successfully executes and give me the xml file details in MasterRecord.

Now I am calling

obj.CreateMRRecipe("c:\MRCreated.xml",MasterRecord );

I am getting compilation error for MasterRecord as "Byref argument type mismatch"



My conclusion : It works fine when I am returning user defined data type from DLL
But it fails when I am passing user defined parameter as input parameter.

User defined data types should be passed as byref only not Byval .

If the same dll code is copied to standard exe then it works fine... No problem at all.


Please Help!!!! Its Really very urgent.. I am stucked.
Thanking in advance..

Regards
Smita.



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