Miscellaneous Concepts of .NET – Part 2
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by Uday Denduluri
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Advantages of Having a Satellite Assembly in GAC

Let us imagine we have some loosely coupled components as a part of our application. It is up to the user to plug and unplug the components. In such a scenario if we want out component to be localizable, making the satellite assembly will be the only option. In this scenario the main application would expose an interface to get the current culture. Based on the current culture, all the components will apply the culture.

Figure 3 shows the architecture where a loosely coupled component is also globalized. As shown in Figure 3 the Main application exposes an interface to get the current culture. The current culture will be read by the loosely coupled components and will be applied. As the satellite assemblies are already installed in Global Assembly Cache (GAC), the .NET runtime will search for the same and get back the desired culture assembly.

Figure 3

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