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Chris Meech23-Jan-04 10:02
Chris Meech23-Jan-04 10:02 
I compile a C# Web Service with the following command line
csc /t:library  /out:ForwardRate.dll ForwardRate.cs /r:System.Data.OracleClient.dll

Following successfull compilation, I copy the DLL to the /bin directory of IIS. When I locally open the URL for my service, I get a page correctly describing my Web Service. However when I use the invoke button to test, it generates an exception of DLL not found. Unable to locate a dll (OCI.DLL). This dll is in the path, but it is not in the /bin directory where the service dll is located. I have since tried to create some simple console programs that duplicate the service behaviour and they compile as above and run without any problem. Does it make sense that any DLL's that a service assembly needs to reference at runtime have to reside in the /bin directory of IIS? Or have I missed out on something else?

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