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LicenseProvider equivalent for an entire assembly

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 05, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 
sorry for cross-posting... maybe this forum is better for licensing issues... --       Hi Everybody!   I need some licensing mechanism for several class library assemblies we developed.   I found much documentation about the .NET Framework LicenseProvider class, which is very useful if you want to protect controls and components.   Is there any equivalent to protect an entire assembly? Or should I add a LicenseProviderAttribute to any class in my library? ... this would be a very hard work to do...     Your help appreciated! Thank you in advance! =WereWolf=


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