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Test: Where are the ASP.NET AJAX Library JavaScript files?

4. Where would you typically find System.Web.Extensions assembly?



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Correct Answer: In the Global Assembly Cache; Where .Net Framework is installed;
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Since System.Web.Extensions assembly is part of the .Net Framework, you would see it copied to the Global Assembly Cache. Of course, you will also see it in the .Net Framework directory. Unless you copied a specific version of it, you won’t this dll in the bin directory of the application.
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You don’t need to install the Microsoft AJAX Library if you are using Visual Studio 2008. The JavaScript files that are part of the AJAX Library are already included without having to do anything special. This article looks at the JavaScript files included in ASP.NET AJAX Library versions 1.0 and 3.5 as well as the downloads for standalone version.
You don’t need to install the Microsoft AJAX Library if you are using Visual Studio 2008. The JavaScript files that are part of the AJAX Library are already included without having to do anything special. This article looks at the JavaScript files included in ASP.NET AJAX Library versions 1.0 and 3.5 as well as the downloads for standalone version.

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