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Asp Reflection


Submitted on: 9/30/2002 3:05:07 PM
By: Garth Olivier 
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 2 Users
Compatibility:VB.NET, ASP.NET

Users have accessed this article 3025 times.
     After having problems with Asp Application deployed to several sites. I needed a way to see what was different. Thus needed refection. This will provide version numbers and more Paste the code below into a Aspx Page named Version.aspx and then browse it. If you include in a project it will then reflect for the whole assembly Cheers Garth

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<%@ Import Namespace="System.Reflection" %>
<%@ Page Language="vb" Debug="true" %>
<script language="vb" runat="server">
sub page_load(sender as object, e as eventargs)
response.write("<h1>Assembly information</h1>")
end sub
Private Function GetAssemblyInfo() As String
Dim thisAssembly As [Assembly] = [Assembly].GetExecutingAssembly()
Dim strOut As String = "<table border=1>"
Dim RefAssembly As AssemblyName
Dim TypeObj As Type
Dim MethodObj As MethodInfo
Dim ParamObj As ParameterInfo
Dim EventObj As EventInfo
Dim ConstructObj As ConstructorInfo
Dim PropObj As PropertyInfo
Dim MemberObj As MemberInfo
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td>Assembly Name</td><td>" & thisAssembly.FullName & "</td></tr>"
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td>Base</td><td>" & thisAssembly.CodeBase & "</td></tr>"
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td>Location</td><td>" & thisAssembly.Location & "</td></tr></table>"
strOut = strOut & "<table border=1>"
strOut = strOut & "</br>"
For Each RefAssembly In thisAssembly.GetReferencedAssemblies
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td>Reference</td><td>" & RefAssembly.Name & "</td><td>" & RefAssembly.Version.ToString & "</td></tr>"
strOut = strOut & "</table></br><table border=1>"
For Each TypeObj In thisAssembly.GetTypes
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td>Class</td><td>" & TypeObj.FullName & "</td><td>" & TypeObj.Module.Name & "</td><td></td><td></td></tr>"
For Each PropObj In TypeObj.GetProperties
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td></td><td>Property</td><td>" & PropObj.Name & "</td><td></td><td></td></tr>"
For Each ConstructObj In TypeObj.GetConstructors
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td></td><td>Constructor</td><td>" & ConstructObj.Name & "</td><td></td><td></td></tr>"
For Each ParamObj In ConstructObj.GetParameters
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td></td><td></td><td>Parameters</td><td>" & ParamObj.Name & "</td><td></td></tr>"
For Each MethodObj In TypeObj.GetMethods
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td></td><td>Method</td><td>" & MethodObj.Name & "</td><td></td><td></td></tr>"
For Each ParamObj In MethodObj.GetParameters
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td></td><td></td><td>Parameter</td><td>" & ParamObj.Name & "</td><td>" & ParamObj.ParameterType.ToString & "</td></tr>"
For Each EventObj In TypeObj.GetEvents
strOut = strOut & "<tr><td></td><td>Event</td><td>" & EventObj.Name & "</td><td></td><td></td></tr>"
strOut = strOut & "</table>"
Return strOut
End Function

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10/1/2002 2:13:04 PM:Deepak Kumar Shaw
This is Really nice and help full codes. Thx
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