This is going to be a quick post as I’m hoping that posting about it will help me remember. At worse, I should be able to remember I posted about it and find this page.
There are numerous times when you need to need to reference an assembly using the fully qualified name, e.g.:
MyNamespace.MyAssembly, version=1.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089
Jeremiah Clark has a Visual Studio Tip on how to find this for your own assembly but today I needed to find the reference for an assembly deployed in the GAC. A colleague pointed out you can simply browse to c:\windows\assembly using Explorer:
Hi and welcome to my blog about all things SharePoint (hence the sp in the url).
I’m a software engineer working in the South West of England and have recently discovered SharePoint. I’ve spent the previous 2-3 years as a Technical Analyst so I’m really enjoying getting back in touch with my inner code monkey. So far I’ve taken and passed exam 70-573 so have a MCTS in SharePoint 2010, Application Development and hope to pass the MCPD exam soon.
Obviously the world isn’t short of blogs, or even blogs about SharePoint and I’m far from a SharePoint expert…yet, so I’m blogging to help keep a record of all the new stuff I’m learning on a daily (if not more frequently) basis. There’s obviously an ego to stroke but if something I babble about helps someone else – even if it’s me in the future – then I won’t have wasted the money on the domain and hosting. To start with, I imagine the posts will be extremely basic and not terribly well written, but with time I’m hoping both will improve.
Please feel free to leave comments and please get in touch if you see a mistake. If you prefer email, feel free to send me an email to Dufeu at spdufeu.co.uk. Alternatively, I’m also on Twitter.