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how to distribute functionality?

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I have written a class to be used by asp.net applications that provides a
useful function. Other than the constructor, it has just one method. There
is no need for properties or events.

Prior to .net I would have just created a dll from my class and distributed
it to users with instructions on what to call.

But the .net docs I have seem to say that I should create a Web Control
Library which has a template like a component.

Is it no longer just appropriate to just distribute a dll?
Thanks,
T
Nov 19 '05 #1
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if your class is not a component (meant to be added to the vs ide toolbar,
then dropped on the form), a dll is fine.

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| I have written a class to be used by asp.net applications that provides a
| useful function. Other than the constructor, it has just one method.
There
| is no need for properties or events.
|
| Prior to .net I would have just created a dll from my class and
distributed
| it to users with instructions on what to call.
|
| But the .net docs I have seem to say that I should create a Web Control
| Library which has a template like a component.
|
| Is it no longer just appropriate to just distribute a dll?
| Thanks,
| T
|
|
Nov 19 '05 #2

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