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Val
I am migrating one of my ASP.NET 2003 projects into ASP.NET 2005. In this
project, I have a code that is determining the location of the current
assembly in my Visual Studio Projects folder. This is the “original” location
I am interested in, not the location under
“C:\WINDOWS\M icrosoft.NET\Fr amework\v2.0.50 727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\...”
(“actual” location), where the compiled assembly is residing. The following
code under 2003 is used to return this location:

System.Reflecti on.Assembly ass =
System.Reflecti on.Assembly.Get ExecutingAssemb ly();
string location = ass.CodeBase;

Unfortunately it no longer returns the “original” location under 2005, but
rather the “actual” one.

Is there a way to get the “original” location under 2005?

Thanks for your help,

Val

Jan 5 '06 #1
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