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How to load external DLLs in coresuite

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#1 Paolo Manfrin

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 19:37

Hi All, one question that raised up often was "How can I load external dlls in coresuite so that I can use it with customize, designer, etc...).

This is possible considering what you want to achieve:

1.The dll should be loaded only in some clients
2. The dll should be loaded in all the clients

Here a description how to achieve the results in both cases:


In this case you should place the DLL under "...\AddOns\COR\coresuite\COR_Customize\DLL"
where the root "...\AddOns" is the default directory for SAP AddOns.



In this case the best is to create a .sip package that you can import and distribute via the coresuite administration menu.

1. Create a folder called COR_Customize
2. Create a folder called DLL inside COR_Customize
3. Add your DLLs into the DLL folder
4. Zip the main folder "COR_Customize" like "COR_Customize.zip"
5. Rename your tip package (e.g. MyDLL.zip)
6. Change the package extension from .zip to .sip (e.g. MyDLL.sip)
7. Your package is ready to be imported using coresuite administration

NB: The folders name is CASE SENSITIVE!!! Please respect lower and upper case.

This second procedure is also visually described into the coresuite manual at section "Install external DLLs".

Kind Regards,

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