[dba-VB] VB.Net - Using modules in other projects

jwcolby jwcolby at colbyconsulting.com
Tue Oct 9 07:35:12 CDT 2007


Once I discovered the correct keywords I started finding web articles on
this stuff.  Any words of wisdom you guys might have is still much


John W. Colby
Colby Consulting
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Subject: [dba-VB] VB.Net - Using modules in other projects

I am developing modules that I need to use in various projects.  This
includes things like a status form with specific controls and code to
display status updates from operations, and base classes for making another
class serializable.  Stuff like that.  

I need to know what the process is for making such objects accessible to
other projects such that as I add capabilities and fix bugs, such
enhancements are available to all the other projects that use these things.
IOW, something similar to an MDA in Access.  I know that it is possible, I
just do not understand the mechanics of referencing the common objects.

Could someone give me a detailed "step by step" of how to do it, what to
click, select this menu item, click this etc. from inside of the referencing
project.  Or alternately a web article that discusses this stuff.


John W. Colby
Colby Consulting

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