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Supporting Development and Release web.config in Asp.Net

, 7 Jan 2011
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I do it a little differently.I basically use the Build Configuration. I normally maintain two Web.Config files as Debug.config and Release.config. I have written Post Build commands to the Project which automatically copies the Config file according to the Build Configuration.For...
I do it a little differently.
 
I basically use the Build Configuration. I normally maintain two Web.Config files as Debug.config and Release.config. I have written Post Build commands to the Project which automatically copies the Config file according to the Build Configuration.
 
For example,
If I do Debug build, it makes a copy of Debug.Config and renames it to Web.Config.

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He is from a small village in Tirunelveli, TamilNadu (India). He is fun loving guy. He like to travel a lot. Bikes/Cars/Mobiles are his fantasies.
 
He started his career as a BPO Data Entry Assistant and got chance to work as an ASP.NET Programmer in the same company after a year. And he move to the next company in 2006 as Software Engineer.
 
He worked as a Team Leader in a private software development company @Chennai, India. For the past 9 years, he learnt many things in .NET. He worked as ASP.NET developer and now working as WPF Application Developer in the same company for past 4 years.
 
He started working as a Lead Developer in a small private company @Sydney, Australia.
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GeneralMy vote of 4 Pinmemberbertkid16-Jan-13 2:44 
my apologies, for some reason old CP articles are showing up in RSS feeds as if they were new
GeneralMy vote of 2 Pinmemberbertkid14-Jan-13 14:19 
GeneralRe: My vote of 2 PinmemberVenkatesh Mookkan14-Jan-13 17:15 
GeneralReason for my vote of 5 Yep by this way too. Good one Pinmvpthatraja7-Jan-11 14:56 

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