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Hello , I am currently working on a project which requires the use of a custom dll for authentication.
This dll is registered (so they told me) in the GAC of both the Production and Test environments.
The company policies state that you "shouldn't include the dll reference in your application's web.config file", that is, you shouldn't have something like :

<add assembly="" ....="" mydll=""> etc.

in your web.config, at least for this dll I am talking about. They say, since it's registered in the GAC, the application will load it anyway.
The problem is , if you don't add the assemby reference in your web .config , the application is not going to find it , no matter what they say.

Since I am sure the dll is actually registered in the GAC, my question is :

shouldn't the application be able to load the dll anyway , no matter if you add the reference in the web.config or not ?
I was convinced that, adding the reference to the project, the dll 's GAC location would be stored in the application's assembly so that the application itself would be able to find the assembly in the GAC , no matter what the working system is , given that the dll is actually registered in the working system's GAC .
But I must be wrong.
What is the real way it works ?

Thanks

Leo
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