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3/7/2015 2:20 PM
 

In migrating existing programs to DNN module using VS Community 2013 re-build I get

error ‘The type or namespace name 'SRI' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)’

In the .CS code is ‘using SRI.Xml.SchemaForms;

The old program has SRI.Xml.SchemaForms.dll

I was able to solve some errors In VS with Add> References> Framework> on some but this is my own dll and not listed there.

Any suggestion on a VS tutorial of how to migrate these DLL’s into a DNN Module project ?

Thanks in advance

 
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3/7/2015 7:36 PM
 
you just need to browse to where your dll is and set a reference (by default the project will then mark this as "copy local" so that when you compile it moves a copy across - https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr... . Note: when you're packaging your DNN installation package, you'll likely want to use http://www.dnnsoftware.com/wiki/page/... to ensure it's registered correctly (some people simply include it a resources.zip which works fine, but if you have multiple modules use a shared dll, you'll want to use the assembly component to ensure that if one module is uninstalled, the dll is not deleted)

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