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Managed Extensibility Framework: Building Composable Apps in .NET 4 with the Managed Extensibility F

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Glenn Block explains how the Managed Extensibility Framework, a new library coming in .NET Framework 4.0, tackles the longstanding issue of building applications and components that can be reused and extended by others. Learn how to build apps that can use new functionality introduced by developers, framework authors and third-party extenders.

Glenn Block

MSDN Magazine February 2010

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When i am trying to add 3 visual wpf addin using for loop in .net 4.0 framework most of the times all 3 dont turned up some times 2 turned p nd sometime one but same code in f/w 3.5 sp1 works fine ?

In eventvwr i can see the log I can see the message as could not find the remote server . Please help me out from this unusual behaviour of addin .net f/w 4.0. I have istalled the patch as given by previous discussion http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/wpf/thread/3c8592f2-14a6-418b-ab11-6d18096aaa0c


Crash report is as follows Version=1 EventType=APPCRASH EventTime=129461254346265559 ReportType=2 Consent=1 UploadTime=129461254349927434 ReportIdentifier=6ad7aae3-5c46-11e0-b807-0016e693a899 IntegratorReportIdentifier=6ad7aae2-5c46-11e0-b807-0016e693a899 Response.BucketId=2353269499 Response.BucketTable=1 Response.type=4 Sig[0].Name=Application Name Sig[0].Value=AddInProcess32.exe Sig[1].Name=Application Version Sig[1].Value=4.0.30319.1 Sig[2].Name=Application Timestamp Sig[2].Value=4ba1dfd6 Sig[3].Name=Fault Module Name Sig[3].Value=clr.dll Sig[4].Name=Fault Module Version Sig[4].Value=4.0.30319.315 Sig[5].Name=Fault Module Timestamp Sig[5].Value=4c05f789 Sig[6].Name=Exception Code Sig[6].Value=c0000005 Sig[7].Name=Exception Offset S

Managed AddIn FrameWork Folder Removal



 I have a below scenario...

                   My application will create an AddIntoken and will host the addin in seperate process.My code looks like...

MyHostView businessProcess = aiToken.Activate<MyHostView>(aiProcess, AddInSecurityLevel.Host);

The application will keep the above hostview object returned in aninternal dictionary for calling addin methods later...

Issue : After AddInProcess shutdown, I am not able to delete the addin folder completely...I can see that there will be 2 dlls left( HostSideAdapters.dll and contracts.dll ), and both are locked by my application. 


Can anybody tell me why my application still holds lock on the above dlls even after I shutdown my addin and killed addinprocess?




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