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difference between shared and private assembly?

Posted By: Ramesh     Posted Date: August 05, 2010    Points:2   Category :.NET Framework
what is the exact difference between shared and private assembly .
for both we are adding the dll files through refereence.

Regards
Ramesh

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Author: Sunil Yadav       [Moderator]      
Posted Date: August 06, 2010     Points: 5   

Hi,

Shared assemblies as a name suggest can be shared among the applications. Lets say you have some business logic which is common for other applications , so you will place this assembly in GAC(Global Assembly Cache) to be shared by others.

Private assemblies are specific to a single application.

hope it helps.

Author: Mallikarjuna Chigicherla             
Posted Date: August 08, 2010     Points: 5   

Private Assembly:
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This assembly for only single application means that assembly will not be appear for another application

Example: As adding Any dll to u r bin folder

To add a private assembly, from the solution Explorer
----Right click on u r website and select Add refernece next we have to browse and select dll

[/B] Shared Assembly:
--------------------------------
This assembly for all dotnet appliacation .

To add a shared assembly, from the visual command line enter:
gacutil.exe /-i myassembly.dll




Thanks & Regards,
Mallikarjuna Chigicherla


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