I have a client executable file that has now been (mostly) upgraded to Visual Studio 2019. It uses two proprietary DLLs.
In previous versions of VS, the DLL has declared its classes in this way:
class AFX_EXT_CLASS dailyReturnService
... and the EXE has gained access to the functions defined in the class by:
Now, however, I'm getting a lot of linker errors when attempting to compile the EXE; in this specific case, error LNK2001, but there are other errors for other attempted imports.
I am seeking assistance in getting the EXE to compile with a minimum of changes to the code. I anticipate that this will require no more than the exchange of code snippets and advice, rather than providing the assistant with the full code.
I would like to resolve this problem as soon as possible
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Hi, If you give me a chance, I 'll help you with this. I have 10+ years experience in MS Visual C++. I am just afraid you cant't see me because my new presence. Thank you.