Now that I seem to be going okay with LINQ (at the moment), I've gotten myself into another interesting situation. I'm currently experimenting with a couple of sets of code in VB
.NET (Express Edition, at the moment, but eventually to go to Pro), in which I'm collecting directory information in a VB
form, then passing that to a VB
.dll to query the XMLs in those directories and pass the results back to the form, meanwhile keeping information loaded in the .dll's memory for future use.
All fine and good, except that when I call the .dll's function name, I get an error message indicating that it can't find the entry point. I've checked the .dll under the Object Browser, and the functions seem to be quite visible, so I'm not sure what the problem is. I've added the .dll to my Resources and declared the functions, so VB
knows everything is there.
David M. Stowell