Assembly.Load Method (Byte, Byte)
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
public static function Load ( rawAssembly : byte, rawSymbolStore : byte ) : Assembly
An array of type byte that is a COFF-based image containing an emitted assembly.
An array of type byte containing the raw bytes representing the symbols for the assembly.
Return ValueThe loaded assembly.
The assembly is loaded into the domain of the caller, and the raw bytes representing the symbols for the assembly are also loaded.
Whether certain permissions are granted or not granted to an assembly is based on evidence. The rules for assembly and security evidence merging are as follows:
When you use a Load method with an Evidence parameter, pieces of evidence are merged. Pieces of evidence supplied as an argument to the Load method supersede pieces of evidence supplied by the loader.
When you use a Load method with a Byte parameter to load a common object file format (COFF) image, evidence is combined. Zone, Url and Site are inherited from the calling assembly, and Hash and StrongName are taken from the COFF assembly.
When you use a Load method with a Byte parameter and Evidence to load a common object file format (COFF) image, only the supplied evidence is used. Evidence of the calling assembly and evidence of the COFF image is ignored.
Reflecting on C++ executable files might throw a BadImageFormatException. This is most likely caused by C++ compiler stripping the relocation addresses or the.Reloc section from your executable file. To preserve the.reloc address for your C++ executable file, specify /fixed:no when you are linking.
- FileIOPermission for access to read from a file or directory, and for access to the information in the path itself. Associated enumerations: FileIOPermissionAccess.Read, FileIOPermissionAccess.PathDiscovery.
- WebPermission for reading a URI that does not begin with "file://".
- SecurityPermission to load an assembly with evidence. Associated enumeration: SecurityPermissionFlag.ControlEvidence.
Windows 98, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition
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