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    No, on your parameters not the signature. ...

    No, on your parameters not the signature.

    ox2.dynamicCall("foxproc5(int,int)",int(3),int(4))
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    Try with beta5 and use int() for int parameters.

    Try with beta5 and use int() for int parameters.
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    Looking at that, Itís the return value which is...

    Looking at that, Itís the return value which is not properly typed.
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    No I mean after the dynamicCall with DEBUG ON...

    No I mean after the dynamicCall with DEBUG ON will look output some tracing.
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    Once again, if you SET DEBUG ON it will show you...

    Once again, if you SET DEBUG ON it will show you how it is matching method signatures.
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    The first parameter is a signature. ...

    The first parameter is a signature.

    “foxproc2(int,int)”
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    As I mentioned, you need to SET DEBUG ON before...

    As I mentioned, you need to SET DEBUG ON before you issue the createObject(). The method signatures can be seen in the debug file. The signature is the firstly parameter to dynamicCall().

    By...
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    Hi Josip, As I pointed out in that old thread....

    Hi Josip,

    As I pointed out in that old thread.

    This thread in stack overflow may help you create a .net dll that is properly enabled for COM Interop....
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    Hi Fabio, No. .net dlls requires the .net clr....

    Hi Fabio,

    No. .net dlls requires the .net clr.

    They are not the same as normal (unmanaged) windows dlls.

    One solution is to create your own .net dll and enable COM Interop. That should then...
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