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How to set Host's Domain Manager in a created AppDomain

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
I am not sure if this is possible but I would want something similar to loading the Host's domain manager to my new AppDomain. There is no Domain Manager for a newly created AppDomain. Owing to this many of my subsequent call fails. For example if I make a call to "Assembly.GetEntryAssembly" it returns null in the new AppDomain. To workaround this I will have to call "AppDomain.ExecuteAssembly("entryassembly")" in my created AppDomain. I actually do not have a need to do this in my application. Similarly there are other calls such as "ScriptEngine.GetSearchPaths". This again does not return the expected search paths in my new AppDomain. Again if I perform "AppDomain.ExecuteAssembly("entryassembly")" then the expected search path is returned. So in short a domain manager is created in my new AppDomain only when i execute the entry assembly in my new AppDomain; which internally provides me a domain manager similar to the Host's domain Manager (as i execute the same entry assembly). Is there a way to load the Host's domain manager without executing any assembly in my new AppDomain. I am using VS 2008, .Net Framework 2.0.

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