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We have a 3rd party company that created 3 dlls for us that I need to use in my code.

My app is written in vb.net, but it is a web page.
I referenced all 3 dlls within my application (there were no exclamation points near the references in the solution explorer).

When running the aspx page I receive the error: "File or assembly name InteractiveSoftworks.VoiceNet.AgentScriptModel.dll, or one of its dependencies, was not found."

I contacted someone at the 3rd party company and explained my error. They created a sample project in vb.net using a form not an aspx page for me to make sure I coded it properly. When I run their code I receive no errors and everythiing works.

Just be sure I did everything properly, I copied the dlls from the bin directory of their project into the bin directory of my project and also copied and pasted all their code into my vb.net app.

When running this, I still received that dll error.
How does this make sense? Could it be that their project contains a form and mine is an aspx page?

Any help would be greatly appreciated,
Thanks,
Ninel

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hi,

You could try this and see if it works.

You have said that you had copied all the code from the application into yours.Just recomplile the code and create a new dll.put the dll in to your application and try once again.

I hope I am clear

Regards

Exelio.

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