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Policy Injection Application Block Dependencies

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The Policy Injection Application Block depends on other code included in the Enterprise Library:

  • Core library functionality. The Enterprise Library Core provides services, such as instrumentation and configuration, and is a shared dependency of all Enterprise Library application blocks. The core library functionality is contained in the assembly Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Common.dll.
  • The ObjectBuilder subsystem. The ObjectBuilder subsystem performs all the repetitive and necessary tasks for creating and disposing object instances, while still providing a high level of flexibility. The Enterprise Library uses the ObjectBuilder subsystem for tasks such as injecting configuration into block classes and connecting instrumentation classes to application blocks. The ObjectBuilder subsystem is contained in the assembly Microsoft.Practices.ObjectBuilder.dll.
  • The Validation Application Block, Logging Application Block, Security Application Block, and Exception Handling Application Block. The standard handlers provided with the Policy Injection Application Block use features of these Enterprise Library application blocks. However, if your code does not use the built-in handlers, you do not have to deploy the application blocks on which they depend.
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    The Caching Handler provided with the Policy Injection Application Block uses the standard .NET Framework caching feature that is part of ASP.NET.

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