Re: Setting up secure custom Web Controls
Date: Mon, 09 Aug 2004 07:27:28 GMT
>From the description. I think all of the steps listed are necessary for the
issue. By the way, when you put a strong named assembly in GAC, it can be
assecced by all application on the computer. If it was in web-apps \bin,
only the web app can access them directly. Other application need to know
the exact path to access it.
- GAC Considerations
... I'm likely to separate out some classes in my Web app into their own ... script everything required to upgrade assemblies in the GAC, ...
- Re: Possible to have common assembly dir w/o GAC?
... What about creating a junction point for each web app that wants to use a ... web.config to reference a common assembly dir to load from without resorting ... to the complications of strong names and GAC registration? ... >> that web server. ...
- Sharing assembly with ASP and 2 ASP.NET apps
... I have an assembly I have registered in the GAC and successfully call ... from an ASP page. ... look in the /bin directory of the web app and ignore the fact I have ... correct syntax. ...
- Re: Help needed with strong name web part
... > Hi Philip, ... We cannot add an assembly to GAC without a strong ... Success! ...