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Assembly missing in GAC after Publish?

Hi,

We're using ClickOnce alreaddy more than a year for a given applicaiton,
doing more than 50 publishes without any problem.

Yesterday we made a minor change to one of our components (let's say with
the name MyAssembly), and incremented it's version (AssemblyVersion: from
0.1.7.0 to 0.1.7.1). We did the Publish with ClickOnce, but when the users
know want to run the application they get this error:
"Unable to install or run the application. The application requires that
assembly MyAssembly Version 0.1.7.0
be installed in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) first."
This is so weird, especially when knowing we had alreaddy inremented this
version number without any problems in the past.

Anybody has any idea? Your help will be really appreciated!
Thanks a lot in advance,
Pieter
Jun 27 '08 #1
2 1521
Aaargh never mind, I've found it:
What was actually happening was soem type of dll hell :-)
Another component in the project was referencing the same assembly, but did
it with a compiled version, not the source of the project. so when doing the
publish there was some conflict between the old one and the new one...

This conflict should be more visible in the output window when doing a build
:-)

"Pieter" <pi****************@hotmail.comwrote in message
news:%2******************@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
Hi,

We're using ClickOnce alreaddy more than a year for a given applicaiton,
doing more than 50 publishes without any problem.

Yesterday we made a minor change to one of our components (let's say with
the name MyAssembly), and incremented it's version (AssemblyVersion: from
0.1.7.0 to 0.1.7.1). We did the Publish with ClickOnce, but when the users
know want to run the application they get this error:
"Unable to install or run the application. The application requires that
assembly MyAssembly Version 0.1.7.0
be installed in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) first."
This is so weird, especially when knowing we had alreaddy inremented this
version number without any problems in the past.

Anybody has any idea? Your help will be really appreciated!
Thanks a lot in advance,
Pieter


Jun 27 '08 #2
On Jun 17, 12:15*pm, "Pieter" <pieterNOSPAMcou...@hotmail.comwrote:
Aaargh never mind, I've found it:
What was actually happening was soem type of dll hell :-)
Another component in the project was referencing the same assembly, but did
it with a compiled version, not the source of the project. so when doing the
publish there was some conflict between the old one and the new one...

This conflict should be more visible in the output window when doing a build
:-)

"Pieter" <pieterNOSPAMcou...@hotmail.comwrote in message

news:%2******************@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
Hi,
We're using ClickOnce alreaddy more than a year for a given applicaiton,
doing more than 50 publishes without any problem.
Yesterday we made a minor change to one of our components (let's say with
the name MyAssembly), and incremented it's version (AssemblyVersion: from
0.1.7.0 to 0.1.7.1). We did the Publish with ClickOnce, but when the users
know want to run the application they get this error:
"Unable to install or run the application. The application requires that
assembly MyAssembly Version 0.1.7.0
be installed in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) first."
This is so weird, especially when knowing we had alreaddy inremented this
version number without any problems in the past.
Anybody has any idea? Your help will be really appreciated!
Thanks a lot in advance,
Pieter- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Hi,
If you need to play with GAC manually, you can also refer to this
article:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315682

Thanks,

Onur Güzel
Jun 27 '08 #3

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