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VB .NET Tip: Assembly Deployment Best Practices  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 54  |  Today: 0Author: Bill Hatfield      Rating:  
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Deployment issues often get swept aside when deadlines overtake you and getting it out the door is all that matters. But, if maintaining the code is also a consideration, you'd do well to take note of the following assembly deployment best practices....

Using GetAssemblyInfo to locate and instantiate a variable, using Reflection     
Total Hits: 148  |  Today: 0Author: rj45      Rating:  
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This article has no explicit license attached to it but may contain usage terms in the article text or the download files themselves. If in doubt please contact the author via the discussion board below....

VB .NET Tip: Assembly Deployment Best Practices     
Total Hits: 355  |  Today: 0Author: Bill Hatfield      Rating:  
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Deployment issues often get swept aside when deadlines overtake you and getting it out the door is all that matters. But, if maintaining the code is also a consideration, you'd do well to take note of the following assembly deployment best practices....

Walkthrough: Downloading Assemblies on Demand with the ClickOnce Deployment API  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 35  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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By default, all of the assemblies included in a ClickOnce application are downloaded when the application is first run. You may, however, have parts of your application that are used by a small set of your users. In this case, you want to download an assembly only when you create one of its types. The following walkthrough demonstrates how to mark certain assemblies in your application as "optional", and how to download them using classes in the System.Deployment.Application namespace when the c...

Using serialization to emulate an assembly     
Total Hits: 131  |  Today: 0Author: Mark Killmer      Rating:  
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When working in a team environment, factors such as limited license keys, security, or network access may hinder the creation of a test environment. In a recent project, one of my requirements was to interface with an existing .NET component. The existing component could not be duplicated in my off-site office environment, and existing security policies would not allow network access. Coding and testing the interface was looking very difficult....

Understanding and Using Assemblies and Namespaces in .NET     
Total Hits: 399  |  Today: 0Author: Mike Gunderloy      Rating:  
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Microsoft .NET provides several ways to think of your code as more than just a bunch of disconnected lines. As a Visual Basic programmer, you're already familiar with the concept of a class, a section of code that defines an object and its behavior. But two of the higher-level groupings may be unfamiliar to you:
1.An assembly provides a fundamental unit of physical code grouping. 2.A namespace provides a fundamental unit of logical code grouping.
As you'll see in this document, you can u...

Naming and Building Assemblies in Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 289  |  Today: 0Author: Ted Pattison      Rating:  
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This month's installment of Basic Instincts will begin a multi-part series focused on working with assemblies. There is quite a bit you need to know about how assemblies are built, deployed, and versioned. This month I will address several essential details about how to build an assembly with the exact name you want. In subsequent months, I'll discuss your options for deploying assemblies on a production machine and revising assemblies that have already been put into production....

Reading Assembly Attributes in VB.NET     
Total Hits: 428  |  Today: 0Author: Mihir Pathak      Rating:  
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This article allows you to read the assembly attributes information using .NET. The information store in AssemblyInfo files like Title, Description, copyright, Trade mark can be read using reflection and assembly namespace....

How to do CreateFileMapping in a C++ DLL and access it in C#, VB and C++  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 30  |  Today: 0Author: nkrscorpio      Rating:  
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This is yet another example for memory mapped files. What is cool though is unlike other samples, I have a SetData(TCHAR* Key, TCHAR* value) / GetData(TCHAR* key) pattern here....

Step by Step: Calling C++ DLLs from VC++ and VB - Part 4  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 24  |  Today: 0Author: Hans Dietrich      Rating:  
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This series of articles is a step-by-step guide to constructing C++ DLLs that include C++ functions and C++ classes, and then calling the DLL functions and classes from VC++ and VB programs....

Naming and Building Assemblies in Visual Basic .NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 27  |  Today: 0Author: Ted Pattison      Rating:  
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Let's start with the basics. Each assembly has a four-part name consisting of the following elements: friendly name, version number, culture setting, and public key (or public key token). When I discuss how the display name works, keep in mind that you should not try to piece together your own....

Deploying Assemblies  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 28  |  Today: 0Author: Ted Pattison      Rating:  
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This month's installment of Basic Instincts is the second in a series focused on working with assemblies. In the August 2003 issue I discussed the four parts of an assembly name. I also covered the build mechanics for building an assembly with a version number and a strong name. In this month's column I'll explore the options for deploying assembly DLLs in both development and production environments....

Walkthrough: Creating an Accessible Web Application  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 41  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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Creating accessible Web pages allows you to reach as many customers as possible. People with disabilities are not the only users that appreciate accessible pages. Users with slow connections or text-only browsers also rely on accessibility options. Accessible design allows automation tools such as search engines to search, index, and manipulate the information on your pages. Finally, future telecommunications laws may require information distributed over the Internet to be accessible in the same...

How to: Build a Multifile Assembly  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 43  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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This section describes the procedure used to create a multifile assembly and provides a complete example that illustrates each of the steps in the procedure....

Building Assemblies with VB.Net  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 50  |  Today: 0Author: Shekar Krishna      Rating:  
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Shekar's article is a brief introduction into the world of Assemblies, using VB.Net, and their core security features.

This article discusses how to build assemblies and secure them from being tampered with. Every assembly built using the .NET compiler has a four-part name consisting of the following elements:

1. Friendly name
2. Version number
3. Culture setting
4. Public key or public key token...

Multi Namespaced Assemblies     
Total Hits: 97  |  Today: 0Author: authors.aspalliance      Rating:  
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Today's topic will be discussing again the assemblies, but this time I will be giving you an idea of how multiple or (in other words what might be also called as) sub namespace assemblies are implemented. The .NET framework consists of many assemblies. In our ASP .NET projects we also use many different type of assemblies, depending upon the projects or the solutions requirements. Some of the assemblies have Namespaces which differ at a certain level, for example; you would have included the Sys...

Calling C# assembly functions having same name differing only by case, in VB.NET     
Total Hits: 247  |  Today: 0Author: r@hu!.      Rating:  
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I faced this issue today. I wanted to call a function written in C# from my VB.NET code, but I found out that the coder of the library had not followed Microsoft guidelines for interoperability and had used same name for two functions differing only by case having the same signature. I didn't have access to the C# code, so was helpless as VB.NET does not allow me to use any of these functions....

Assembly in VB.Net     
Total Hits: 434  |  Today: 0Author: Nayan Patel      Rating:  
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An assembly is the primary building block of a .NET Framework application. It is a collection of functionality that is built, versioned, and deployed as a single implementation unit (as one or more files). All managed types and resources are marked either as accessible only within their implementation unit or as accessible by code outside that unit. There really isn’t VB6 equivalent of an assembly but VB6 exe/dll comes closer to the concept of Assembly but again Assembly can be made of multiple ...

How to: Load Assemblies into the Reflection-Only Context  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 28  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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The reflection-only load context allows you to examine assemblies compiled for other platforms or for other versions of the .NET Framework. Code loaded into this context can only be examined; it cannot be executed. This means that objects cannot be created, because constructors cannot be executed. Because the code cannot be executed, dependencies are not automatically loaded. If you need to examine them, you must load them yourself....

Program Update DLL  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 57  |  Today: 0Author: Twaitsey      Rating:  
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This handy little DLL uses two files stored on an HTTP/HTTPS server to update your application. This DLL uses LudioSoft.ConfigurationFile.dll I found on this site! Thanks to the author for that code! Probably the most useful DLL I have found so far on this site: Link to the article. The DLL comes either as a single package, along with the LudioSoft DLL, or in with a program that can be used to create the update files....


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