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GeneralRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". PinmemberHemadriT26-Sep-12 3:06 
AnswerRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". Pinmemberihoecken26-Sep-12 3:32 
GeneralRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". PinmemberHemadriT26-Sep-12 3:35 
AnswerRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". Pinmemberihoecken26-Sep-12 4:01 
GeneralRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". PinmemberHemadriT26-Sep-12 4:52 
AnswerRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". Pinmemberihoecken26-Sep-12 5:04 
GeneralRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". PinmemberHemadriT27-Sep-12 3:49 
AnswerRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". Pinmemberihoecken27-Sep-12 4:01 
Ok. No Problem!
HemadriT wrote:
1. Copy mydll.dll to temp

You take the dll-file you have just compiled from the projects bin\release folder and place it in a directory C:\temp
 
HemadriT wrote:
Open Windows Startmenue, type "powershell" open the Windows Powershell or the SharePoint 2010 Administration Shell

When you open the Windows-Startmenue type Powershell.
Windows Powershell is shown in the menue, click on it.
 
HemadriT wrote:
3. Set alias to Gacutil, type:

Set-Alias Name:Gacutil -Value "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\bin\gacutil.exe"

In the powershell that just has opened type the following line:
Set-Alias Name:Gacutil -Value "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\bin\gacutil.exe"
 
HemadriT wrote:
4. Add dll to gac, type:

Again in the powershell type:
Gacutil /i C:\temp\mydll.dll".
 
I hope, that it's now clear. For Powershell just use google - there are many examples and powershell is a powerful tool for all sharepoint admins and sharepoint developers.
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GeneralRe: How to drag "WebpartUploadFiles.dll to Assembly". PinmemberHemadriT27-Sep-12 4:10 
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