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.NET assembly loading problem


.NET assembly loading problem

By : Alberto Linao
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
To fix this issue Your approach invokes the worst kind of DLL Hell. Updating a "library" assembly can break all untested apps with no way to get them to repaired by letting them use the old version of the assembly. That's why the CLR doesn't support this scenario.
You've listed all the usual workarounds. Except one: give each app its own copy.
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Problem with assembly loading in .NET

Problem with assembly loading in .NET


By : Ahmed Elhadidy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? All right, I have resolved the issue. As I supposed, the DLL was confused with another library of the same name (from .NET 4.0). I had to use a Copy Local for System.Xml for Silverlight. Anyway, thanks!
C# Assembly Problem for loading

C# Assembly Problem for loading


By : dlevin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . You're either failing to load the assembly or the typename is incorrect. Verify that your target assembly doesn't have other dependencies that you're missing.
Assembly Version Loading Problem and SQL CE

Assembly Version Loading Problem and SQL CE


By : user2931231
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Are you targeting a specific version of the SQL CE assemblies? In the properties tab check that the Specific Version property of the reference is set to True. Also check that you don't have an assembly binding redirect that directs the .Net framework to use the older assemblies.
I can only assume that the Cummulative Update 2 incremented the version number, and if this is the case the assemblies in the GAC should only be used if the assembly version matches exactly. If they don't match then the .Net framework should use the assemblies found in your application directory, as they do match the version number exactly.
Assembly loading problem

Assembly loading problem


By : Khide Khetsyu Zerrhe
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue To use Sybase ASE ADO.NET with sybdrvado11.dll you need another file: MSVCR71.dll Maybe it is missing in Windows\System32?
ASP + EF loading assembly problem

ASP + EF loading assembly problem


By : Karim Abdel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I was receiving the same error on pages where there was a mixture of EntityDataSource objects and other data access such as ObjectDataSource and/or imperative code.
I took the advice of the MSDN article referenced in the other answer to your question. I.e. to use context.MetadataWorkspace.LoadFromAssembly(...). I actually didn't know how to get a reference to the context instance used by EntityDataSource, and I figured I should DRY it up anyway, so I created a partial class eg:
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