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_AppDomain.ExecuteAssembly Method

Executes the specified assembly.

Overload List

Execute the Assembly given its file name. The method specified in the .NET Framework header is called.

[Visual Basic] Overloads Function ExecuteAssembly(String) As Integer
[C#] int ExecuteAssembly(string);
[C++] int ExecuteAssembly(String*);
[JScript] function ExecuteAssembly(String) : int;

Execute the Assembly given its file name and supplied evidence.

[Visual Basic] Overloads Function ExecuteAssembly(String, Evidence) As Integer
[C#] int ExecuteAssembly(string, Evidence);
[C++] int ExecuteAssembly(String*, Evidence*);
[JScript] function ExecuteAssembly(String, Evidence) : int;

Execute the Assembly given its file name and supplied Evidence. Optionally, the Assembly can be loaded into the domain-neutral code area for use by multiple AppDomains.

[Visual Basic] Overloads Function ExecuteAssembly(String, Evidence, String()) As Integer
[C#] int ExecuteAssembly(string, Evidence, string[]);
[C++] int ExecuteAssembly(String*, Evidence*, String*[]);
[JScript] function ExecuteAssembly(String, Evidence, String[]) : int;

See Also

_AppDomain Interface | _AppDomain Members | System Namespace

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