MattB Posted August 9, 2007 Report Share Posted August 9, 2007 The typical set up on our servers is that we have an install of CFX to C:\Program Files\ChartFX for .NET 6.2. The assemblies in /bin folder are not put in the GAC. Our application obviously makes references to the necessary CFX assemblies so when we compile it copies these assemblies to it's local project /bin folder. As mentioned earlier we have a build server that creates our deployable build which is set up like a developer machine so the end result if that when we deploy to say a UAT server we effectively have 2 copies of some of the CFX assemblies : i) The binaries in C:\Program Files\ChartFX\bin (there are the ones used by the ChartFX62 web app right ?) ii) The binaries in the /bin folder of our built application My question is : is there any harm putting all of the C:\Program Files\ChartFX\bin assemblies in the GAC on the server ? I'm hoping that this would mean we only would have a single copy of the CFX assemblies on the server which of course in theory cause less of a deployment headache in the future. What is the best practice advise on CFX installation ? Any advice greatefully received. Thanks, Matt Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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