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Last edited Apr 30, 2013 at 11:06 PM by ndelgado, version 14


behnam1973 Jul 18, 2013 at 10:34 AM 
Is there any plan for Enterprise library 6.0 and Unity 3.0 hands-on labs?
It would be nice to have some decent example of modular application which loads the modules and represent a pluggable architecture.
I know that MEF is designed for that. But how can it be done with Unity 3.0 in combination with Enterprise library 6. We spent a lot of time to find more information on internet but ...with no result. Most of the examples/blogposts are talking about Autofac IModule and some old one about Prism.

We appreciate the P&P team effort and love to use these libraries in our large applications, but the lack of information and examples on large scale applications is forcing us to just pass :-(


gmelnik Apr 5, 2013 at 12:11 AM 
@RajaLakshman You can keep using the Caching Application Block with .NET4.0 or .NET4.5. We've tested it and it works. As far as the V6 release is concerned, I've explained our reasoning in this post on deprecation -
We are a small team and we cannot carry the blocks forward indefinitely, especially when most of the scenarios originally addressed by a particular block are now supported by the .Net framework itself. That would prevent us from innovating on the new challenges and the new stories.

gmelnik Apr 5, 2013 at 12:07 AM 
@linny_ly, yes, they are.

linny_ly Apr 3, 2013 at 9:40 PM 
Is Visual Studio 2012 and .Net 4.5 supported with Microsoft Enterprise Library 6.0?

RajaLakshman Mar 16, 2013 at 10:00 AM 
I am disappointed that the Caching Application Block is going to be deprecated in future versions. We use it extensively and it is working really well. I would like it to be supported in future versions too. I know that System.Runtime.Caching is there now in .Net 4.0 - however the ability to have a database backing store without a lot of effort makes the Caching Application Block really good. So please don't give up on that. Thanks

Raja Lakshman

itkm Dec 25, 2012 at 6:50 AM 
I need this lib.