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HOW TO: Create an Assembly with a Strong Name     
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Assemblies can be assigned a cryptographic signature called a strong name, which provides name uniqueness for the assembly and prevents someone from taking over the name of your assembly (name spoofing). If you are deploying an assembly that will be shared among many applications on the same computer, it must have a strong name. This document describes how to create an assembly with a strong name....

Assemblies: The Ins and Outs - Part 3     
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This article is the third part of a three part series of articles covering the .Net assemblies. In Part 1, I covered what exactly an assembly is, and what an assembly contains. Part 2 of the series I discussed both Private and Shared assemblies and how to create a "Shared Assembly". In part 2 I briefly mentioned some of the utilities available for working with assemblies. In this part I will discuss in more detail than Part 2, the available utilities for manipulating assemblies....

Assemblies: The Ins and Outs - Part 2     
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This article is the second part of a three part series of articles covering the .Net assemblies. In Part 1, I coved what exactly an assembly is, and what an assembly contains. In this article, Part 2 of the series I will discuss both Private and Shared assemblies and how to create a "Shared Assembly". It is assumed that you are already familiar with creating apps or dll files. I will briefly mention some of the utilities available for working with assemblies. Part 3 will discuss in more detail t...

Assemblies: The Ins and Outs - Part 1     
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This article is the first part of a three part series of articles covering the .Net assemblies. In Part 1, I will cover what exactly an assembly is, and what an assembly contains. Part 2 of the series will discuss both Private and Shared assemblies and how to create a "Shared Assembly". I will briefly mention some of the utilities available for working with assemblies. Part 3 will discuss in more detail than Part 2, the details of the available utilities for manipulating assemblies....

Installing a .NET assembly into the Global Assembly Cache (GAC)     
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In order to share a .NET assembly with multiple applications installed on the same machine, it needs to be installed into the Global Assembly Cache (GAC). This article will walk you through the process of giving your assembly a strong name, and installing it into the GAC....

Simplifying Deployment and Solving DLL Hell with the .NET Framework     
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This article introduces the concept of an assembly and describes how the .NET Framework uses assemblies to solve versioning and deployment problems. The Microsoft® .NET Framework introduces several new features aimed at simplifying application deployment and solving DLL Hell. Both end users and developers are familiar with the versioning and deployment issues that can arise with today's component-based systems. For example, virtually every end user has installed a new application on their .....

Introduction to .NET Assemblies     
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You must have heard the word assembly many times in .NET documentation. In this article I will share some thing about .NET assemblies. An Assembly is a logical unit of code. Assembly physically exist as DLLs or EXEs. One assembly can contain one or more files. The constituent files can include any file types like image files, text files etc. along with DLLs or EXEs. When you compile your source code by default the exe/dll generated is actually an assembly. Unless your code is bundled as as.....

Viewing Assembly Permissions     
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In this article I will show you how you can view the Code Groups that an assembly belongs to and what permissions belong to the assembly. I will demonstrate the Caspol utility supplied with the .NET SDK....

Writing Exceptional Code     
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I've had some interesting discussions recently about the move from the "error code" style of error handling to the use of exceptions in the .NET world, and that's the main reason I've decided to devote a couple of columns to the subject (the secondary reason being that my column is due tomorrow, and I haven't thought of any other topics).This month, we'll talk about the how's and why's of using exceptions, and next month we'll talk about the ins and outs of writing exception classes....

A First Look at .NET     
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At first glance the .NET framework appears as a new departure for Microsoft - moving from compilation to native code, to compilation to tokenised code. However, much of what you see in the .NET framework has its roots in the technologies that have come out from Redmond over the last twenty years or so. The .NET framework is a culmination of those technologies in a bold attempt to try to unify Windows development. Much of the .NET base classes owe more than a passing resemblance to the Win32 API....

Picking a Winner: .NET vs. J2EE     
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Although both frameworks stand on a foundation of programming languages, object models and virtual machines, they are strikingly different when you consider the design goals of their runtime environment....

Writing XML Providers for Microsoft .NET     
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Learn how XML accomplishes the same goals that OLE DB was designed to achieve without suffering from any of the problems that OLE DB has. In fact, XML has already become a ubiquitous industry-wide standard that's supported on all platforms, and it's much simpler than OLE DB....

.NET Has XML on Its Menu     
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Microsoft's .NET framework allows you to work with XML documents in a variety of ways. XML Magazine's Dan Wahlin talks about how, with the help of C#, you can leverage this asset to create a handy hierarchical menu....

.NET Installers     
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When applications are installed on a target machine, they need to ensure that certain environmental conditions are satisfied. The very fact that there are numerous companies out there whose sole focus and cause of existence is to build installation programs that can set up a target machine to run an application is a case in point here. The problem with this is that if any of these settings get corrupt over the life of the application, the entire setup has to be run again to correct these problem...

Leverage the .NET Framework with Visual Basic .NET     
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Using the .NET Framework, Microsoft Visual Basic® developers can build robust applications that were very difficult to write in previous versions of Visual Basic. This paper will discuss the benefits of using the .NET Framework, and will cover some of the powerful features Visual Basic developers can leverage with the framework, including multithreading and thread pooling, Windows Services, and file system monitoring....

Understanding Memory management in the .NET Framework     
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Thanks to Microsoft's .NET, we don't need to worry about memory management in our applications at all! But we still need to take a close look at what is happening with memory management in .NET runtime environment though. Here is why: though memory management in .NET is completely hidden from developers, there are some Dos and Don'ts that we should know about Garbage Collection so that we can keep our applications up to their best performance. In this article, we will look at the Garbage Co.....

Overview of Microsoft .NET Framework     
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This presentation focuses on the .NET Framework the platform for building integrated, service orientated applications to meet the needs of today's Internet businesses. From Web Forms and ASP+, to Web Services, deployment, and configuration...

Developing n–tier Web Applications using the .NET Framework     
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Many of us might be wondering about the future of Windows DNA in the Microsoft .NET technology. The good news is that our previous investment in learning Windows DNA will not be in vain as .NET also promotes the layered architecture to develop web applications. However, the implementation of the layers will be slightly different from the way we developed windows DNA web apps pre–.NET. In this article, Raja Mani explains the design, development and deployment of n–tier web applications using.....

Leverage the .NET Framework with Visual Basic .NET     
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Using the .NET Framework, Microsoft Visual Basic® developers can build robust applications that were very difficult to write in previous versions of Visual Basic. This paper will discuss the benefits of using the .NET Framework, and will cover some of the powerful features Visual Basic developers can leverage with the framework, including multithreading and thread pooling, Windows Services, and file system monitoring....

Handling Language Interoperability with the Microsoft .NET Framework     
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This article outlines the interoperability capabilities of the Microsoft .NET Framework. With the increasing use of distributed systems, interoperability is a major issue to system developers. The problems of interoperability have been around for many years, and a number of standards and architectures have been developed to address some of these issues, with varying degrees of success....



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