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Preventing removal of a shared dll during a wsp solution uninstallation/retraction

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


I'm working on a bunch of solutions which uses a third party DLL from vendors like Telerik. We use the dll in most of your solutions. But when i uninstall any of the solutions the dll is getting removed from the assembly. This is a very unfortunate behavior.

I guess even putting the dll in the bin folder wont help it. Because i can use multiple solutions in a same web application. In that case if i remove on solution it is removing the dll from bin folder too.

What is the workaround for this ugly issue?

Thank you.

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