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Shared Assemblies

I created an assembly and installed it into the Global Assembly Cache.
(I can find that in my C:\windows\Assembly\ directory)

after that i designed a client application to test that global

what sud i do in the client application to access the classes in that
Global Assembly

i used

using SharedAssembly1; // this is my assembly name

i can access that only if i add a reference of this dll to my client
app.. (but i think this is not that actual way when we installed it in


You always need to reference; the GAC simply means you don't need to
deploy the dll along with your application.


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