How do I get the declaration of a DLL when I don't know what functions reside within the DLL? Can SilkTest read the DLL and list it's functions so I can then use SilkTest to call the identified functions from my 4Test scripts? From what I can grasp from the SilkTest documentation you have to know what functions reside within the DLL then hand generate the declaration. IE.
If you have visual studio installed, you can use a utility called dumpbin.exe to retrieve the exported functions in a dll although it doesn't give you the parameters required. It's located in the \vc98\bin directory. The syntax from a command line prompt is: