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can't update dll

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I've have a sharepoint form that references a dll that I've created. I've made changes to the dll but the form keeps referencing the old code. I've attempted updated the assembly information from the dll and also removing the reference from the form and then adding it again. It still picks up on the old reference.

Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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The dll could be cached locally. Try clearing the Temporary ASP.NET Files directory and retrying

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