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Hololens cannot pinvoke native dll with error "Dll Not Found"

Hi,

I tried to build a very simple native dll that can be called by a simple UWP c# app with PInvoke. The UWP app can run on normal Windows 10 computer without any problem, but when I deployed the UWP app to a Hololens, it always fails with error "Dll Not Found". I have tested RS4 and RS5 in Hololens and got the same result.

The reproduce steps are very straightforward.

  1. Create a native C++ DLL project ( I am using VS 2017 community version), and write some code like returning 1 + 2, for example:

include "stdafx.h"

extern "C" {

__declspec(dllexport) int __stdcall add12() {

    return 1 + 2;
}

}

  1. Create a blank UWP project to call the DLL function with PInvoke:
    public class WrapperClass
    {
    [DllImport("CPPDLL", CallingConvention = CallingConvention.StdCall)]
    public static extern int add12();
    }

public sealed partial class MainPage : Page
{
public MainPage()
{
this.InitializeComponent();

        int result = WrapperClass.add12();

        Debug.WriteLine("add 12 = " + result);

    }
} 
  1. Build and run the UWP application on a Win10 computer and a Hololens, and you will notice that the Win10 computer will succeed to run while the Hololens will fail to run.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks,
Bin

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  • BinXieBinXie
    Accepted Answer

    Got the answer from somewhere else. The problem is about dll dependency. Question closed.

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