Hi Mike,

I want to be able to instantiate an object of this class and use it to
> validate some things like login and license validation.
>


This is one of the things that sound easier than they are in VFP due to the
program cache and VFP's project scope management. The cleanest approach
would be to have a main program in that EXE that instantiates the object:

LParameter tcAction, roRef

Do case
Case Upper(m.tcAction) == "CREATE"
roRef = NewObject("Test", "test.prg")
EndCase

Then build the EXE and call it like this:

Local loTest
Do Test.EXE with "CREATE", loTest
? loTest.Hello ()

Obviously you would need to create your own set of actions and also handle
parameters if your class needs those.

A caveat, your other applications should not include a file or a class that
has the same name as the ones in your EXE, or VFP can sometimes confuse
both and crash.


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