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Updating a .NET web DLL

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Dia
How can you update a .NET web application DLL on the server without
making sure all users are out of the database which the DLL accesses?
Does updating the DLL when users are using it cause any data
corruption if they are in mid-save when the update occurs?

Thanks,
Dia
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Dia,

Any changes to the web.config, global.asax, or /bin folder will cause an
application restart. If this will cause a problem with users, you need to
develop a system/producedure to shut down the website to perform the update,
and notify users of the shutdown well in advance.

-- Alex Papadimoulis

"Dia" <dh***@lmi.org> wrote in message
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How can you update a .NET web application DLL on the server without
making sure all users are out of the database which the DLL accesses?
Does updating the DLL when users are using it cause any data
corruption if they are in mid-save when the update occurs?

Thanks,
Dia

Nov 18 '05 #2

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