Natty Gur wrote:
Ok, you ask for it ...
I'm creating Assembly dynamically in memory using CodeDom. That's fine but I want to register that dynamic assembly as COM+ server application. The problem I'm facing is how can I generate SN key in memory and assign it to my dynamic assembly. I try to disassemble SN.EXE to get an idea what going on there but SN.exe isn't .NET image. Any idea?
Question for you from a CLR architect:
"I assume you need a strong name of your generated assembly in order to register it as a COM+ server application, but there is never any other reason you need the strong name and you never need to reuse the strong name signing key. Is this true?"
Keep on posting,