Last post Dec 15, 2010 05:26 AM by sandeepmgupta
Dec 14, 2010 08:32 AM|sandeepmgupta|LINK
I am using Interop.Photoshop.dll and Photoshop.TypeLibrary.dll in one of my projects. But When I looked at methods available in it, I found datatype of all parameters are object.
Is there any way I can find what kind of data it requires, like documentation we have at msdn.
Parameter Type & Description
Return Type & Description
Dec 14, 2010 09:38 AM|Spikeh|LINK
Most interop libraries use object, as it's generic and types aren't always comparable between languages / systems.
I found this, however... not sure how useful it'll be to you?
Alternatively, check the .dll properties in Windows Explorer and see if there is a manufacturer listed there - it might help you with your Googling :)
Dec 14, 2010 09:40 AM|Spikeh|LINK
Also, if it's a .Net class library, you could use .Net Reflector to browse the source code and see what it does for yourself...
Dec 14, 2010 11:42 AM|sandeepmgupta|LINK
Any other solution?
Dec 15, 2010 03:39 AM|Spikeh|LINK
There's nothing on Google for it, so it must be a non-commercial 3rd party? You would need to speak to them directly, or reverse engineer the dll somehow...
Dec 15, 2010 05:26 AM|sandeepmgupta|LINK
Actually after getting nothing on google I posted this question here.