I am calling functions from an assembly (A.dll). I have added the assembly to the project using the CLR Bridge as instructed.
in the script pane, I now see my namespaces, classes and functions using the dotNET object.
Now, a particular function I am calling needs another assembly (B.dll). This assembly is in the same directory as the first one.
My program gets an exception stating that it does not find B.dll.
Using File Monitor, I discover that tcHostingProcess is looking vor B in the different GACs directories (4 of them), but nowhere else.
Is this normal behavior?
I have a dummy C# application (one button, calls two functions), using the exact same functions, and it works by having the B.dll in the same directory as the application. Why is it not working for TestComplete?
By the way, I have tried to add B.dll to the CLR Bridge too, to no avail.