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Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.Web.DistributedCache' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.

Încercam zilele acestea sa configurez AppFabric Cache pe o mașina. M-am trezit cu o eroare destul de interesanta la rulare:
Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.Web.DistributedCache' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.

Am verificat dacă Azure AppFabric este instalat, era okay, la fel și SDK-ul de Azure. Totul părea în regula pana m-am uitat la referințe. Referința pe care noi o aveam la
  • Microsoft.ApplicationServer.Caching.Client.dll
  • Microsoft.ApplicationServer.Caching.Core.dll
era spre c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\Extensions\Microsoft\AppFabric\Microsoft.ApplicationServer.Caching.Core.dll
In momentul acela ceva nu parea in regula. AppFabric Cache 1.5 se afla in c:\Program Files\Windows Azure AppFabric SDK\V1.5\Assemblies\NET4.0\Cache\ și nu în cealaltă locație. Din cauza ca pe calculator a exista și versiunea vechie, căile nu au fost schimbate cînd s-a făcut update la noua versiune.
Tot ce trebuie făcut este sa ștergem vechile referințe la caching și sa le adaugăm din noua locație.
Sper ca v-am ajutat sa rezolvați problema.

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