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Microsoft needed a way to simplify application deployment. Before the development of the .NET Framework, when components were deployed, component information had to be recorded in the system registry. Many of these components, especially system components, were used by several different client applications. When a client application made a call to the component,
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the registry was searched to determine the metadata needed to work with the component. If a newer version of the component was deployed, it replaced the registry information of the old component. Often, the new components were incompatible with the old version and caused existing clients to fail. You have probably experienced this problem after installing a service pack that ended up causing more problems than it fixed! The .NET Framework combats this problem by storing the metadata for working with the component in a manifest, which is packaged in the assembly containing the component code. An assembly is a package containing the code, resources, and metadata needed to run an application. By default, an assembly is marked as private and placed in the same directory as the client assembly. This ensures that the component assembly is not inadvertently replaced or modified and also allows for a simpler deployment because there is no need to work with the registry. If a component needs to be shared, its assembly is deployed to a special directory referred to as the Global Assembly Cache (GAC). The manifest of the assembly contains versioning information, so newer versions of the component can be deployed side by side with the older versions in the GAC. By default, client assemblies continue to request and use the versions of the components they were intended to use. Older client assemblies will no longer fail when newer versions of the component are installed.
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A common problem of programs developed for the Windows platform has been memory management. Often, these programs have caused memory leaks. A memory leak occurs when a program allocates memory from the operating system but fails to release the memory after it is finished working with the memory. This problem is compounded when the program is intended to run for a long time, such as a service that runs in the background. To combat this problem, the .NET Framework uses nondeterministic finalization. Instead of relying on the applications to deallocate the unused memory, the framework uses a garbage collection object. The garbage collector periodically scans for unused memory blocks and returns them to the operating system.
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Implementing security in today s highly distributed, Internet-based applications is an extremely important issue. In the past, security has focused on the user of the application. Security identities were checked when users logged in to an application, and their identities were passed along as the application made calls to remote servers and databases. This type of security model has proven to be inefficient and complicated to implement for today s enterprise-level, loosely coupled systems. In an effort to make security easier to implement and more robust, the .NET Framework uses the concept of code identity and code access. When an assembly is created, it is given a unique identity. When a server assembly is created, you can grant access permissions and rights. When a client assembly calls a server assembly, the runtime will check the permissions and rights of the client and grant or deny access to the server code accordingly. Because each assembly has an identity, you can also restrict access to the assembly through the operating system. If a user downloads a component from the Web, for example, you can restrict the component s ability to read and write files on the user s system.
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