Developemnt Environment But Not In Deployement Environment?

Dec 15, 2009

I have VB6 Dll which I am referencing in vb.net ,I am calling the following function in it. It working fine in developemnt environment but not in deployement environment.

Error Method not found: 'Boolean MyUtils._MyUtils.LoadMyObjectRecords(ADODB.Stream ByRef, System.Array ByRef)'.

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