current version of assembly not being referenced by website appl


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Steve Richter

writing asp.net on a development system ...

I have a class library assembly that I am building every day:
c:\srprojects\DatabaseClasses\bin\debug\DatabaseClasses.dll

In my website apps I reference that assembly in its build location.
It has been working the way I want it to, but now when I use F5 to
test my web page, I am getting an error ( no problem, an expected code
error ) and the debugger is telling me the source code does not
match. And from the error, I appear to be running assembly code from
a few days ago, not the current version ( the debugger is displaying
the correct code )

I guess the DatabaseClasses.dll assembly I am referencing is not the
one being executed. Why not? And how do I find out or tell asp.net/
IIS to use the assembly from my class library build project?

thanks,
 
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Steve Richter

the problem was caused by the dll in question also being used by
another dll used in the website appl. Once I rebuilt that dll I got
the current version of the one causing me the problems.

-Steve
 

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