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· The GAC is used by Windows to manage and cache “common and shared” assemblies. It can be found within the windows managed system folder [%windir%\assembly]. More information on the GAC can be found here [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_Assembly_Cache]
· A “Strong Name” is a key that is used to sign the assembly to ensure that it is not subject to misuse. See the following article for more information: [http://support.microsoft.com/kb/302340]
· It is good practice to do this for shared application assemblies. Ensure that you assembly is the “Release” version as opposed to the “Debug” version and also ensure that appropriate assembly attributes have been set (name, publisher, version etc).
· You won’t be able to debug your GAC assemblies in the recommended way, so you need to ensure that your assembly has passed all acceptance and quality standards before GAC deployment.
· Where <name> is the name you wish to give your strong-name. Set it to the name of your WPF UserControl project solution.
· Where <name> is the name of your assembly.
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