Q: One more question as to custom webcontrols...

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Controls' started by Sky, May 31, 2004.

  1. Sky

    Sky Guest

    Have 3 assemblies:
    XApp.dll (the Website)
    XLib.IO.DB.dll (that is a generic provider)
    XApp.Controls.dll

    The problem lies in that XApp.Controls refs XLib.IO.DB
    and so does XApp.Controls.

    So when I compile it all 3 projects in one go,
    it generates a warning:
    Avertissement : impossible de copier la dépendance 'XLib.IO.DB,
    Version=1.0.1612.32962, Culture=neutral' du projet 'iProject' dans le
    répertoire d'exécution, car elle remplacerait la référence 'XLib.IO.DB,
    Version=1.0.1612.34649, Culture=neutral'.

    which (translated) means that cannot copy XLib.IO.DB to destionation drive
    as it would replace second copy of XLib.IO.DB....


    The point is that, although ti works out in Run mode, in the IDE, the
    Controls refuse to create a designer interface because missing refs to
    Xlib.IO.DB.dll....

    Any suggestions as how to get around this common scenario without having to
    a) make the controls in the same assembly as XApp.dll, or
    b) make the controls completly late binding by using Invoke, etc... (which
    would be a major major major drag with the control I created)...


    Thanks!
    Sky
     
    Sky, May 31, 2004
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