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Deploying the Enterprise Library

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The Enterprise Library Application Blocks are comprised of multiple assemblies. Each assembly that belongs to the Enterprise Library has a file name that begins with Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary. Additionally, the application blocks depend on the Enterprise Library common assemblies. An application that uses one or more of the application blocks may have dependencies on other application blocks. For example, some applications that use the Caching Application Block require the Data Access Application Block assemblies as well.

An application that uses the Enterprise Library application blocks can be deployed in one of two configurations:

  • As private assemblies in the application folder hierarchy
  • As shared assemblies in any file system location or in the global assembly cache

Specific deployment recommendations are included in the documentation for each application block. For more information, see the deployment topic for the individual application block.

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