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How to know in which projects a particular DLL is referred?

I would like to know in what projects a particular dll (in my case it is System.Data.SQLite.dll) is referred in a solution?

Is there any easy way to achieve this instead of going and searching manually in all of the projects? If so, please do share with me.
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Easwaran Paramasivam

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Kalpesh Chhatrala

when you prepare .net Setup. it will automatic add dependent Dll in Setup Project.
Easwaran Paramasivam

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I would like to know while debugging the project.

Searching in csproj in VS 2010 is not giving the result.

After compiling, seeing the bin is not fair. Because sometimes the build may get failed.

Please do provide alternate solution.
Kalpesh Chhatrala

you can put cursor on function name and Press F12. F12 key redirect you to function source and assembly name dispaly on the top.
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Easwaran Paramasivam

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I am searching for the DLL name and in which projects exist in my solution.
Easwaran Paramasivam

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Thanks.