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Default Check registered components at run-time

Previously I have implemented a small Content Management System in Classic ASP and I am now trying to move to ASP .NET so I am pretty new to all this.

In this system I would like to be able to have add-ons/modules; that is, components which I can check the existence of at run-time. Is it possible to do this check without manually checking the existence of the file?

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