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Defining multiple env for a ArcMap Extension

Question asked by fandre12345 on Jan 29, 2013
Latest reply on Feb 4, 2013 by fandre12345
I need define multiple environments for one extension ArcMap, for example: We have a few clients that have 3 environments development, quality and production. On currently scenario we have one DLL registred for the 3  environments and when we make any change on code we just unregister de old DLL and register a newer. Now we want to have 3 DLLs registred (DEV.DLL, QAS.DLL, PRD.DLL).

I tried this, using C# preprocessor directives (I change all buttons and toolbars for something like that):
C# code:
#if (DEV)         [Guid("00000000-47f4-49b9-9724-b9c8038bb4de")]         [ClassInterface(ClassInterfaceType.None)]         [ProgId("GISCAF_PRODUTO.GISCAFExtensionDEV")]     #elif (QAS)         [Guid("11111111-47f4-49b9-9724-b9c8038bb4de")]         [ClassInterface(ClassInterfaceType.None)]         [ProgId("GISCAF_PRODUTO.GISCAFExtensionQAS")]     #elif (PRD)         [Guid("22222222-47f4-49b9-9724-b9c8038bb4de")]         [ClassInterface(ClassInterfaceType.None)]         [ProgId("GISCAF_PRODUTO.GISCAFExtensionPRD")]     #else         [Guid("d3fabbd4-47f4-49b9-9724-b9c8038bb4de")]         [ClassInterface(ClassInterfaceType.None)]         [ProgId("GISCAF_PRODUTO.GISCAFExtension")]     #endif     public class GISCAFExtension : IExtension, IExtensionConfig, IPersistVariant


To deploy I change the build configuration  to generate a correct DLL. But it does  not work, when I try to register the 3 DLLs ALL TOOLBARS and BUTTONS turn into DEV environment. Why? Any suggestion?


Thx in advance,

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