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Contains property values that are used by the ManagementPackAssemblyWriter class to create a sealed management pack in a DLL file.

The following tables list the members exposed by the ManagementPackAssemblyWriterSettings type.

Public Constructors

  Name Description
ManagementPackAssemblyWriterSettings Initializes a new instance of the ManagementPackAssemblyWriterSettings class.

Public Properties

  Name Description
public property CompanyName Gets the value of the name of the company to which the management pack belongs. The value is used for the CompanyName assembly attribute on the sealed management pack assembly.
public property Copyright Gets or sets the copyright information for the management pack assembly. This information is used for the value of the Copyright assembly attribute that is set on the sealed assembly.
public property DelaySign Gets or sets a value that indicates whether the assembly is fully signed.
public property KeyFilePath Gets the path to the .snk file containing a key pair that is used to give the management pack assembly a strong name. The file is usually created with the sn.exe command-line tool.
public property OutputDirectory Gets or sets the directory to write the management pack assembly to.
public property ProductName Gets the name of the product for which the management pack is used. The product name is used to set the ProductName assembly attribute on the management pack assembly.

Public Methods (see also Protected Methods)

  Name Description
public method Equals  Overloaded. (inherited from Object)
public method GetHashCode  (inherited from Object)
public method GetType  (inherited from Object)
public methodstatic ReferenceEquals  (inherited from Object)
public method ToString  (inherited from Object)

Protected Methods

  Name Description
protected method Finalize  (inherited from Object)
protected method MemberwiseClone  (inherited from Object)

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