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    Calling objects directly from a DLL

    I have been requested to call C++ objects directly from a dll, without a GUI interface. Cna this be done??? Response from Segue has been vague on this.

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    Re: Calling objects directly from a DLL

    The point on calling DLLs directly is:
    if DLL has public access then you can call it from SilkTest.
    If not somebody should write additional code to wrap pubilc interface around the DLL.

    Sometimes even if you can easily access DLL from, say VB, you can't do it from SilkTest because SilkTest Agent fails with GPF.


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