DLL (Dynamic-link library)


A dynamic-link library (DLL) file is an executable file that allows programs to share code and other resources necessary to perform particular tasks. Microsoft Windows provides DLL files that contain functions and resources that allow Windows-based programs to operate in the Windows environment.

Available Activities

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DLL - Execute function Executes the specified method in a managed or unmanaged dynamic-link library (DLL) and stores the return value of the method in an AutoMate variable.