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Old November 24th, 2006, 06:52 AM
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Hai Friends,
        Can I use 2 dlls of same name(which contains same member signatures) but of different versions in a single application? (My requirement is, I want to run older version and new version according to the program logic? If so help me in coding. If help me please.
 
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Hi , Its Not Possible if its private assembly.But it works if it is strong named and living in GAC






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