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    [RESOLVED] Using a wrapper in c#

    I have a class library (dll)
    this has a few classes that I can use one but not the other.
    Instruction was that I should be able to use the wrapper as below:
    using (IAxaptaWrapper Ax = new AxThreadedWrapper())
                Ax.Logon("Auto", "", "", "Original (installed configuration)");
    // etx

    What I CAN DO

    in my calling program after referencing the namespace I was able to do
    Axapta.Axapta a = new Axapta.Axapta();
    without any issue
    but WHAT I CANT DO
    using ( IAxaptaWrapper Ax = new IAxaptaWrapper ()){
    fails with The type or namespace name 'AxThreadedWrapper' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

    so the questions is how do you use IAxaptaWrapper and IAxaptaWrapper from this dll ?

    using System;
    using System.Collections.Generic;
    namespace Axapta
        public interface IAxaptaWrapper:IDisposable
    namespace Axapta
        public class AxThreadedWrapper: IAxaptaWrapper
            public AxThreadedWrapper()
    Last edited by Saeed; April 7th, 2014 at 09:52 PM.

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