GAC Considerations

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by RC, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. RC

    RC Guest

    I'm likely to separate out some classes in my Web app into their own
    assemblies which are run from the GAC in order to ease maintenance of
    multiple copies of my Web app being run from the same server.

    Before diving into this, what I would like to know is that once I get all
    the pieces in place - can upgrades to the Web application take place very
    quickly (like a couple of seconds)? Am I correct in thinking that I can
    script everything required to upgrade assemblies in the GAC, associated mods
    to the machine config, and restart IIS - all in a few seconds and be done
    with the upgrade? Would there be any reason to manually get in there and
    touch every Web application installation (even if all I'm upgrading is
    assemblies in the GAC)?

    thanks!
     
    RC, Nov 11, 2004
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