If this happens, the only telltale sign is the namespace and classname in the error message. The runtime stores the default bind location in the wininet cache, and therefore automatically cleans it out. About Scott Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. For each failure, the viewer describes the application that initiated the bind; the assembly the bind is for, including name, version, culture and public key; and the date and time of the failure.
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Those buttons are disabled for me - why?
Fuslogvw.exe (Assembly Binding Log Viewer)
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. If this happens, the only telltale sign is the namespace and bining in the error message.
Make sure that the right level of logging is bjnding I sometimes just select Log all binds to disk just to make sure things are working right Click OK Set the log location option to Custom Remember awsembly turn of logging off once you're done!
The fusion log has always been a bit hinkey for me. You're the one trying to gather rep by promoting an answer that, while useful, the community has judged less helpful than others, one which is a lot easier and another which is practically the same.
The easiest way to do that is to run fuslogvw, click on the Settings button and select the level of logging you want before closing the viewer. Windows Registry Editor Version 5. Select the Log in exception assembyl option button. Not that the entry probably won't exist - you'll have to create it.
The Assembly Binding Log Viewer displays details for assembly binds. Run as Administrator was required in my case, otherwise all options were disabled. Thursday, May 21, Gary's solutions worked for me although I also had to follow assebly resetting IIS. And I added creation of the c: I mentioned it as long as six! All I had to do was turn logging on, e.
Create a new application pool Go to the Advanced Settings of this application pool Set the Enable Bit Application to True Point your web application to use this new pool. Whether the assembly was voewer in the global assembly cache. I was doing a build of sample that was showing C interop-ing with IronPython, but I was using a daily build of.
Save the following text to a file, e.
How to enable assembly bind failure logging (Fusion) in .NET
Can't find the file? I just posted this on a similar question - I think it's relevant here too.
To fix the corruption and allow fusion to show binding logs again, clear the IE cache by deleting temporary internet files from within the IE Internet Options dialog. Type "Fusion" in the Start Menu. The following log shows a native image binding failure that occurred because the security settings on the computer when the application was run were different from the security settings at the time the native image was created.
At least, I did when I was about to answer this question just before the crash this morning: This tool is automatically installed with Visual Studio. Will Please don't be so childish about it.