You can import .NET assemblies into .NET targets from the .NET Assemblies tab page in the Properties dialog box for the target.
Click the Browse button to open the Browse for a .NET Assembly dialog box, from which you can browse to import private assemblies with the .dll, .tlb, .olb, .ocx, or .exe extension. To import an assembly, select it and click Open. To import multiple assemblies, you must select and import them one at a time.Click the Add button to open the Import .NET Assembly dialog box, from which you can import a shared assembly into your target. Assemblies must have a strong name. To import an assembly, select it and click OK. To import multiple assemblies, you must select and import them one at a time.
You can also use the Import .NET Assembly dialog box to import recently used assemblies.
System Tree display
The System Tree shows the classes, methods, structures, and enumerations for C# assemblies that you import into your .NET targets. However, a language-related limitation affecting managed C++ assemblies prevents the System Tree from displaying members of classes, structures, and enumeration types. It also causes managed C++ classes to display as structures.
By default, the full name of each class in an assembly is displayed in the System Tree. If you prefer to show only the final name, add the following line to the [PB] section of your pb.ini file:
For example, with this setting the Microsoft.SqlServer.Server.DataAccessKind class in System.Data.dll displays as DataAccessKind. You can right-click the class and select Properties from the pop-up menu to display the full class name.