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How to get all the assemblies information from the project

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I want to create the instance of type that is present in another assembly by using reflection.can any body help me on how to create the instance that is present in another assembly....
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Assembly assembly = Assembly.Load(System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes("FileName"));
            Type Type = assembly.GetType("MyType");
            object typeObject = Activator.CreateInstance(Type);

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when i am creating by using like this.in another project it is giving the error that

Error:Unable to cast object of type 'DfgClient.DfgService.InitDossierReq' to type 'DfgClient.DfgService.InitDossierReq'.

iam  doing the type casting like this:
 internal object InitDossier(object initrequest)
 {
             InitDossierReq request = (InitDossierReq)initrequest;
}

what can i do for this.
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the likely casue would be that ur assembly versions are  different..
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Excellent Solution for the problem
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I am trying to get the referenced assemblies by using reflection.but all my assembiles are not showing can anyone sent what will be reason ?
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this will give u all the loaded assemblies

AppDomain.CurrentDomain.GetAssemblies();
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