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I am developing a system application. I have a requirement that a boolean value to be remembered on application restart without the usage of database.

Is it possible to remember any value without storing/saving it into database?

If YES, Could you please elaborate the steps?

Thanks in Advance..!
Posted 10-Dec-12 22:52pm
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Solution 1

Well you will have to save it somewhere, but I agree using a database seems a bit much for a single boolean value. You could look at the application configuration file or the registry. Understanding Section Handlers - App.config File[^] may help you decide.
Richard MacCutchan 11-Dec-12 4:46am 11-Dec-12 4:51am
let me check, Sir. 11-Dec-12 4:57am
yes u r right. it will work. thanks.....
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Solution 2

You have to create a text file/ xml file/ .Net config file to store required information and save it in app directory. Then you have to read it on app startup and use it wherever you need it.

please let me know it helped or not?

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