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DLL update in bin folder acting as if it didn't happen? Temp asp.net...
Re: DLL update in bin folder acting as if it didn't happen? Temp asp...
Jan 24, 2013 12:41 AM|Catherine Shan - MSFT|LINK
This morning, after going through a few more iterations, I think I know what my problem was. I need to do a VIsual Studio REBUILD, not just BUILD. One clue all along that my app domain was infact restarting, was that I would have to re-login to the app because
the session had been terminated. So after all my headaches, it was something as simple as this.
In order to help you, you need to know the difference between Build and Rebuild in Visual Studio.
Build means compile and link only the source files that have changed since the last build, while Rebuild means compile and link all source files regardless of whether they changed or not.
For details, please check the link below:
Ok, so now Im still wondering why this wasnt a problem with my local instance of IIS7....hmmm
I am a little confused. How do you do when add a dll to IIS7?