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hi all,
 
How to write string array into app config(c#) file and how to read those array values into our .cs file.
 
Thanks in advance...
Posted 19-Mar-12 22:04pm
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Dinesh Mani at 20-Mar-12 3:30am
   
Why do you want to write data into your app config???
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Solution 1

probably the easiest way to do this is to enter the value of the key with a delimeter (eg a comma). Use the string's Split function to split the values and there you have your array. Depending on the type of your needed array, you'll need to convert.
 
config file
<add key="myarray" value="1,5,6,8,9" />
 
Code behind
string myarrayvalue = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["myarray"];
string [] str_array = myarrayvalue.Split(new string[]{","}, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyValues);
 
//if needed as eg. an integer.
int [] myintarray = new int[str_array.Length];
for(int i = 0; i < str_array.Length; i++){
  int output;
  if(int.TryParse(str_array[i], out output){
    myintarray[i] = output;
  }
  else{
    myintarray[i] = -1;
  }
}
 
This is a pretty basic question, please start out with a good book.
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Oshtri Deka at 20-Mar-12 4:02am
   
Old school ;).
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IzetFazlinovic at 31-Aug-14 20:37pm
   
"This is pretty basic question...", but question was "How to write string array into app config(c#) file...". It seems this part of question is not pretty basic for you - no answer...
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Solution 2

There is an existing class that can do just that: CommaDelimitedStringCollectionConverter Class[^]
 
There is an example as part of the ConfigurationConverterClass description[^]
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Oshtri Deka at 20-Mar-12 4:03am
   
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