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Oct 11, 2010 08:54 PM|LINK
While publishing a website to IIS. Is it necessary that all the dlls should be present in bin folder rather than bin\debug folder.
I created a webservice using spring.net. In spring .net, a normal class library project is hosted as a web service.
I created a new virtual directory and pointed it to my class library folder.
It is giving me an error like "*.dll" is not present.
I browsed the folder strucure and saw all the files are present in bin\debug folder.
I copied my dlls from Bin\debug to placed it directy under bin folder and my webservice started working like a charm.
How i noticed this was, i opened a published website and found that the referenced system.web and other dlls are present directly in bin folder.
Is there any setting in IIS where we can ask the IIS t look for the dll in a particular folder.