Last post Sep 24, 2015 08:32 AM by PatriceSc
Sep 16, 2015 03:47 PM|nnmsaspnet2015|LINK
I have an asp.net application which has h/w interface project (dll) that contains 3rd party dlls and other classes which is used for the application to interface with external hardware device. I want to move all the code,classes and other infrastructure
code from this project into the web project and remove this project from the build and install the 3rd party dlls the code in the class reference to be installed in the deployment server. I want to remove this h/w interface project and move all the dependency
into the main website project and the 3rd party dlls to be installed on the sever. What is the best way to move the project , can I use resharper for this please help me.
Thanks in advance
Sep 18, 2015 03:38 AM|Angie xu - MSFT|LINK
remove this h/w interface project and move all the dependency into the main website project and the 3rd party dlls to be installed on the sever.
All DLLs are included in bin file, it seems that this is what you want, see:
Force external files to be copied to bin folder on publish
Please let me know if you need any help.
Sep 18, 2015 04:27 AM|nnmsaspnet2015|LINK
I have some dlls that run on 32 bit environment that are giving error(server is 64 bit env). I don't want to enable 32 bit settings in iis. In that case is there any other alternative like moving the dlls of 3rd party vendors to gac. The restructuring
of project that I want to acheive is something of this sort ASP.Net website has dlls in bin for 3rd party Infrastructure proj which has static classes and other wrapper classes for the 3rd party vendor dll that it references. At build the dll for this proj
is getting created in bin and iam xcopying the 3rd party vendor dll to bin which gives error in 64 bit iis. So Iam moving all the files from 3rd party Infrastructure proj to a folder in website itself and want to some how move the 3rd party vendor dll from
Thanks for replying Angie
Sep 24, 2015 08:32 AM|PatriceSc|LINK
Could it be that some of those 3rd party librairies are available only as 32 bit DLLs? In this case you likely won't be able to run your app in 64 bit mode (the architecture have to match ie you can't mix both 32 bit and 64 bit compiled code).