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Supporting Development and Release web.config in Asp.Net

, 7 Jan 2011 CPOL
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...

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7 Jan 2011
OriginalGriff
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Supporting Development and Release web.config in ASP.NET
10 Jan 2011
Spectre_001
I wrote a custom ConfigSectionHandler that allows encrypted entries. Then I crafted a config reader that determines, based on the name of the machine where the code is running, which configuration section to read from while decrypting any encrypted entries on the fly.There is a special...

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