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Add a reference to a DLL

Posted on 2011-04-21
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When I add a reference to a DLL that I created, I am browsing to the project.  However, what happens when I deploy in a production environment? How does .NET find that DLL?  Do I need to add the reference differently?
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You have to either copy the DLL into the same folder where you app is deployed, or make a setup project for your DLL so that it is deployed to the GAC

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315682
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Thanks!
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