- The assembly is referenced by an application that is represented by a file in the file system. FUSION_REFCOUNT_OPAQUE_STRING_GUID - The assembly is referenced by an application that is only represented by an opaque string. The GAC does not perform existence checking for opaque references when you remove this.
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It seems that these might be the only two options in 4.0.
When I use gacutil on my dev machine it works properly, but the dll still doesn't appear.
Here is the problem -I update the code and publish the solution to the remote host. I tried everything and the only solution is to change the name of the controls' classes.
I am not sure where this is being cached -and how could I clear it. Usually there is no caching anywhere when you follow a complete retract/delete/add/deploy cycle of the solution package.
I have a solution with some custom controls -I then use the Smart Part web part to show these controls.
Microsoft's Windows Installer technology knows how to call this API for you.
You would have to consult your MSI installer utility (e.g. Internal However, these methods were designed for installing components that are required by a web service application such as ASP. As a result they don't register the assemblies with Fusion; thus, they can be uninstalled by other applications, or using gacutil and cause your assembly to stop working.
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Removing or deleting an artifact does not remove it from all locations Removing or deleting an artifact deletes it from the Biz Talk Server databases, so that it no longer appears in the administration console or in the list of artifacts for an application generated by the BTSTask List App command.