Join Ted Neward for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of CLR Assembly Runtime Loading for Developers.
- [Instructor] There's a couple of things you should be comfortable with as we're going to do this. First of all, you should be comfortable with the C# language. We're not going to be talking at all specifically about classes, methods, fields, et cetera. But I'm going to be using that as we go, so if that's all strange and arcane syntax, you probably want to go brush up on your C# before you get going. The other thing is, you should probably be at least somewhat conversant with navigating at the command line. I'm going to be using a lot of command line demos as we go, and so if you're comfortable with the concept of directories, CD, the Windows command prompt, et cetera, you should be fine following along on my demos.
- Loading assemblies
- Resolving assemblies
- Setting a public key status
- Adding strong naming
- Working with policies
- Configuring machines
- Consulting the GAC
- Examining file and HTTP codebase hints
- Probing files and file systems
- Reviewing successful and failed resolutions