Deployment of Multi-Use Site Controls
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This document describes assemblies required for web projects that use the functionality of the Multi-Use Site controls. Some of the assemblies are essential, while others (which supply additional functionality) can be optionally deployed, depending on your requirements.
To use other DevExpress components in your project, their deployment should comply with the corresponding EULA documents. For more details on licensing and the DevExpress redistribution policy, refer to the following topic: Redistribution and Deployment.
Depending on the production server’s permission settings and the number of web applications that use the same DevExpress assemblies, you can either register the assemblies in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) or place them in the application’s Bin folder on the target machine. To learn more about web project deployment techniques, see the following topic: ASP.NET Deployment Content Map.
Use our Assembly Deployment Tool to collect the required redistributable DevExpress and custom assemblies automatically to deploy your application. Otherwise, you can deploy the required assemblies manually.
Applications that use the Multi-Use Site controls require the following libraries:
|DevExpress.Data.v22.1.dll||Implements the most basic functionality common to all DevExpress controls. This includes classes for data binding, skinning, printing, exporting, as well as many other auxiliary types and resources.|
|DevExpress.Web.v22.1.dll||Contains classes that implement the core functionality of all DevExpress web controls and the functionality of controls from the following components: Data Editors, GridView, Card View, Vertical Grid, Data and Image Navigation, Docking and Popups, Site Navigation and Layout, File Management and Multi-Use Site Controls.|
The following libraries contain additional functionality for web projects that use Multi-Use Site controls:
If you use satellite resource assemblies to localize Multi-Use Site controls, you need to deploy the corresponding assemblies. To learn more, see the following topic: Satellite Resource Assemblies.