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What are the Benefits of Side-by-Side Execution ?

Posted By :Syed Shakeer Hussain     Posted Date :August 22, 2010    Points :10   Category :.NET Framework 
Side-by-side execution and the .NET Framework provide the following features to eliminate DLL conflicts:

1)Strong-named assemblies:-
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Side-by-side execution uses strong-named assemblies to bind type information to a specific version of an assembly. This prevents an application or component from binding to an invalid version of an assembly. Strong-named assemblies also allow multiple versions of a file to exist on the same computer and to be used by applications.

2)Version-aware code storage:-
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The .NET Framework provides version-aware code storage in the global assembly cache. The global assembly cache is a computer-wide code cache present on all computers with the .NET Framework installed. It stores assemblies based on version, culture, and publisher information, and supports multiple versions of components and applications. For more information, see Global Assembly Cache.

3)Isolation:-
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Using the .NET Framework, you can create applications and components that execute in isolation, an essential component of side-by-side execution. Isolation involves being aware of the resources you are using and sharing resources with confidence among multiple versions of an application or component. Isolation also includes storing


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