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How to generate and view an assembly bind log

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TitleHow to generate and view an assembly bind log
URL Name5241
Article Number000142168
Question/Problem Description

How does one generate a log that captures the probing algorithm for assemblies by the .NET Framework?  This is helpful when trying to diagnose why the .NET Framwork cannot locate an assembly at run time.

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Use the Assembly Bind Log Viewer (fuslogvw.exe) installed with the 2.0 .NET Framework.

  1. Configure registry as follows:
    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
  2. From a Visual Studio command prompt, execute fuslogvw.exe
  3. Run .NET application
  4. Click refresh on fuslogvw console to view logging

    Refer to msdn for additional information:
Last Modified Date9/14/2015 6:20 AM
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