An assembly is a plug-in function that allows IIS 7 to perform certain actions, such as querying database data or loading the .NET framework to service an ASP.NET application. You can add an assembly to IIS 7 by using the "New Assembly" feature built into the IIS 7 manager. The assembly will run its set code and return its information to IIS 7. If there are any problems, it will return an error page.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Click "Start," then "Control Panel."
Click the "Control Panel" option that begins with "System and." The last word differs between versions of operating systems capable of running IIS 7.
Double-click "Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager."
Press the "+" symbol next to the name of your website, then click "Assemblies."
Click "Add Assembly" on the "Action" panel on the right side of the screen.
Click "Browse" and navigate to the ".dll" file of your assembly, then press "OK."
Click "Apply" to finish adding the assembly.
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