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    calling a function

    I have a toolbar, which is a custom window and is seen in declaration and I have buttons on a toolbar ,which are not seen on declaration.Can I call a function from dll to
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    Re: calling a function

    Well... what kind of application are you testing (C++? Java? VB?)? Is the custom control a 3d party control or something that the developers created? If it's a 3d party control, then the developers most likely will have the documentation for you to read. In any case, it sounds like you need to get more information on the conrol. Then you can determine if it is something you can access from a DLL or through the Extension Kit. Hope for the former case.

    -Cynthia

 

 

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