gacutil /l [Assembly Name]

December 10, 2007

Quick tip on how to find the full Assembly name in .Net. This comes handy when you are trying to use the full Assembly name in scenarios like Dynamic Transforms in BizTalk where you will need to give the full Assembly name as a parameter.

You can use command “gacutil /l [Assembly Name]” in the Visual Studio .NET command prompt and get the full assembly name which outputs the name in this format:

BT.Schemas, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=edbffc61eb1e7821, processorArchitecture=MSIL

Then, you can mark the section in the command prompt and copy-paste. Hope this may come handy for you at some point.

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