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Microsoft has defined the assembly and its role in NET in the following terms: In the NET Framework an assembly is the physical unit that can be executed, deployed, versioned, and secured All NET Framework applications contain one or more assemblies
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The NET Framework assists you by providing a number of features to ensure proper versioning between components in an application: The NET infrastructure enforces versioning rules so that an application that needs version 1111 will not end up getting version 1000 The versioning rules can be specified between the assemblies that are part of the application Shared assemblies are signed with a strong name (which includes a public key, a simple name, a version, and a culture) Assemblies that are not shared do not require strong names The NET Framework permits different versions of the same assembly to execute at the same time The versioning is maintained in the assembly, as well as the signatures of all public methods, and metadata for the assembly is stored in the manifest (the manifest is the fingerprint of the assembly) The versioning rules that can be applied for an application allow the developer and the administrator to specify what version of an assembly should be used
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Assemblies can be deployed using three different methods: the Microsoft Installer (MSI) deployment, a CAB (cabinet archive) file, or the XCOPY deployment The XCOPY deployment is very interesting because all you need to do is use the system command xcopy to copy the assembly into the application directory the assembly holds all the information about itself in the manifest For more information on the deployment of web applications, see 17; for Windows applications, see 24; and for XML web services, see 28 The XCOPY deployment will only work when you deploy to a private assembly that is stored together with the application For shared assemblies that are available to all applications on the computer, you need to register the assembly with the GAC (Global Assembly Cache) The registration with the GAC results in a uniquely named folder being created and the assembly files being copied into that folder The GAC is then updated with the name and version of the folder Uninstalling a private assembly is as easy as deleting the assembly, but uninstalling a shared assembly requires that the assembly be uninstalled from the GAC
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Deployment of applications and assemblies will be discussed in different parts of the book For web applications see 17, for Windows applications see 23, and for web services see 30
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One of the problems that can occur with program files is that they get corrupted, modified, or replaced with the wrong version Windows 2000 introduced a security model for system components (operating system libraries) that has been extended through the NET Framework security model to include assemblies The application code is secured against damage or misuse by other application code The security model is based on the following: Type safety verifies that the code is only accessing data it is allowed to access Code signing prevents tampering with the assembly by other software or indeed hackers Data encryption protects data in storage and transmission Code-access security is based on a policy that ensures the code is not accessing data or features it does not have permission to Role-based security extends Windows security by mapping users into roles with permissions in the assembly Isolated storage uses a virtual file system for data storage The storage is separated into virtual sections based on the assembly and user PART II
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What Is in the Assembly
The assembly contains MSIL code (from the compilation of your code), resources, and the metadata (which is data that describes the assembly) The metadata defines the following, among other things: Type information for the methods and public members in the assembly The name of the assembly Version information Strong-name information Culture that defines the clients language and cultural preferences, for more information see 7 A list of the files in the assembly A list of referenced assemblies The assembly is the file that is stored on the disk As part of that file the metadata defines all the aspects of the assembly, and the manifest is the part of the metadata that defines the assembly and its properties The PE (Portable Executable) file contains metadata, as do all assemblies
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