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Install dll location - GAC vs application folder

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32959 Aug 10,2005 11:31 AM Aug 10,2005 11:41 AM Windows Forms 1
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Rick lancaster
Asked On August 10, 2005 11:31 AM

When I install an app using Wise for Windows Installer which creates an MSI, should I install the syncfusion dll''s in the GAC or the application folder. I will be using syncfusion grids in at least 3 apps. Rick Lancaster

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Replied On August 10, 2005 11:41 AM

I think it just depends. :) If you put them in the GAC, then all three apps can share a single set of Syncfusion.DLLs. This can be an advantage for diskspace resources and enforcing all apps to use a single version. But if you want to use different versions or custom Syncfusion builds for some of the apps, then not using the GAC is an advantage.

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