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Does the appdomain load automatically dependencies?

Posted on 2007-11-19
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i have 3 dll,

when a create a new appdomain and load the first DLL, which one has referenced (dependencies) on the 2 other DLL, does the dependencies will be load into that appdomain?

and what about if i have 2 appdomain that use the same dll for different job, if i unload one, i won't be able to update this DLL right? i have to unload ALL appdomain that use the dll?

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http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread232691.html

This article suggests that it doesnt get resolved automatically and it will be have to manually loaded using the AppDomain's AssemblyResolve event
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