Last post Jun 01, 2020 05:53 AM by yij sun
May 31, 2020 01:26 AM|bobtib|LINK
Appologies if this is being posted in the wrong forum....
We have a production windows server running our ASP.net app on which we would like to make use of the aspnet_intern command to incorporate Assemble Interning to optimise our DLL usage.
Reading through the microsoft docs : Look at Sharing Common Assemblies in ASP.NET
4.5 it says that this feature requires the VS 11 SDK, which appears to be an optional feature install during the VisualStudio setup.
So my question is this....
I don't really want to install Visual Studio on the production server, I suspect that it comes with overheads which might affect the running of the server.
But I do want to use aspnet_intern, so is there a way to do this without installing VS ?
would anyone care to comment on this?
Jun 01, 2020 05:53 AM|yij sun|LINK
Accroding to your descirption, aspnet_intern.exe is a .Net assembly and it is the standard for components developed with the Microsoft.NET.You could use
.Net Core or .Net framework.
More details,you could refer to below articles: