[OT] How to reference to a Common Assembly without GAC

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[OT] How to reference to a Common Assembly without GAC
 
Sven Heitmann




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Joined: 2004-08-23
Hi,

I know this is nothing related to ADX, however I hope someone can help me.

I want to create a Assembly with Common Classes wich I will reference from other Assemblies / Projects.

Now I don't know how this is possible because I want to put this shared Assembly into a Common Directory and not into the GAC or all Assemblies into the same Directory.

Best regards,
Sven
Best regards,

Sven Heitmann
Posted 11 Nov, 2004 04:44:20 Top
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Hi Sven,

You can put your assembly to "<Visual Studio installation path>\Common7\IDE\PublicAssemblies\" and add one to the project via Add Reference dialog.
Posted 11 Nov, 2004 05:04:10 Top
Sven Heitmann




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Hm... an what about Destribution?
Where is this file put when I deploy it with MSI?
Best regards,

Sven Heitmann
Posted 11 Nov, 2004 05:19:53 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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In this case you should add your target directory to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\7.1\AssemblyFolders\<Your produst name>" in system registry.
Posted 11 Nov, 2004 05:27:51 Top
Sven Heitmann




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Joined: 2004-08-23
Ok, I will give it a try =)
Best regards,

Sven Heitmann
Posted 11 Nov, 2004 05:35:03 Top