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accessing different versions in assembly

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I have a question about using different versions of same assembly from

I have created a assembly "testlib" and created a strong name for that
assembly. Installed the assembly in GAC. Now I have created a client
application (windows application) "usetestlib". In the assemblyinfo.cs
file of usetestlib, i have given the version of the "testlib" assembly.
while running the client application it is working fine.

Now I changed the one statement in one of the function of "testlib".
Rebuild again. installed this latest version in GAC again. Now while
running the client application, it takes the latest version of assembly
bydefault, without changing anything in assembly info or any other

What settings or changes required in the client application to make
sure it takes the old version of the assembly.

how to access different versions of the same assembly from different
client applications.


Aug 24 '06 #1
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