Updating dll in global assembly cache

If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site. Removing or deleting an artifact does not remove it from all locations Removing or deleting an artifact deletes it from the Biz Talk Server databases, so that it no longer appears in the administration console or in the list of artifacts for an application generated by the BTSTask List App command.

For documentation on how to register an assembly through code, see: var IAssembly Cache assembly Cache; Create Assembly Cache(ref assembly Cache, 0); String manifest Path = "D:\Program Files\Contoso\Frobber\Grob.dll"; FUSION_INSTALL_REFERENCE ref Data; ref Size = Size Of(ref Data); //The size of the structure in bytes ref Flags = 0; //Reserved, must be zero ref Scheme = FUSION_REFCOUNT_FILEPATH_GUID; //The assembly is referenced by an application that is represented by a file in the file system. ref Identifier = "D:\Program Files\Contoso\Frobber\Super Grob.exe"; //A unique string that identifies the application that installed the assembly ref Non Cannonical Data = "Super cool grobber 9000"; //A string that is only understood by the entity that adds the reference. var microsoft = microsoft || ; microsoft.support = microsoft.support || ; microsoft.support.content = (function(){ return { "click Tale Configuration": , "Internal Content Config": , "Mwf Configuration": , "Rps Sign In Info": , "Site Content Config": { "Link Farm Enabled": true, "One Site Service Uri": "https://uhf.microsoft.com//shell/xml/? I have a solution with some custom controls -I then use the Smart Part web part to show these controls.The sz Identifier field is set to MSI, and sz Non Cannonical Data is set to Windows Installer.