[Mono-list] How do i tell Mono (for ASP.NET, C#) where to find MySQL.Data.MySqlClient
steflik at binghamton.edu
Sun Oct 22 20:02:06 EDT 2006
I'ver built the web.config and done everything you said to but Mono
still can't find MySql.Data.
I tried putting the MySql.Data.dll in the application /bin directory and
that seems to work but the better way to do this would be via the
I'm trying to use Mono for an ASP.NET segment for a class I teach on web
programming here at the University and I really hate to have each of the
students place the .dll in their /bin directory.
Robert Jordan wrote:
>You have to create web.config in the directory of the ASP.NET
>application. Have a look at the test site that that gets
>installed into $prefix/lib/xsp/test.
>MySql.Data.MySqlClient is just a namespace. The assembly is
> > Robert,
> > I'm new at this, where do I find the web.config file, I've been looking
> > around and it isn't obvious. Also, my the impot that is failing is
> > "import MySql.Data.MySqlClient"; is that the assembly you are
> > Dick Steflik
> > Robert Jordan wrote:
> >> Dick Steflik wrote:
> >>> I can get Mono to build a command line program using MySql (and it
> >>> runs nicely) but I have to tell the C# compiler where the dll is.
> >>> How do I do this for ASP.NET using C#.
> >>> I'm using Mono on FC5 with Apache and Mono 1.1.17....
> >> Copy the MySql assembly into the bin folder of your ASP.NET app
> >> or install the assembly into the GAC and specify the assembly name
> >> in the web.config:
> >> <configuration>
> >> <system.web>
> >> <compilation>
> >> <assemblies>
> >> <add assembly="MySql.Data, Version=x.x.x.x, Culture=neutral,
> >> PublicKeyToken=...."/>
> >> </assemblies>
> >> </compilation>
> >> </system.web>
> >> </configuration>
> >> You can obtain the full assembly name with
> >> gacutil -l | grep MySql
> >> Robert
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