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Creating a Custom Configuration Section in C#

, 18 Sep 2007 CPOL
Creation of a custom configuration section similar to AppSettings. Stores settings for both Development and Production environments, and returns the appropriate settings based on the machine’s configuration in which the application is being executed.
shiconfigurationsectionhandler.zip
shiConfigurationSectionHandler
bin
Debug
shiConfigurationSectionHandler.dll
shiConfigurationSectionHandler.pdb
localtestrun.testrunconfig
obj
Debug
Refactor
SHI.dll
shiConfigurationSectionHandler.dll
ResolveAssemblyReference.cache
shiConfigurationSectionHandler.dll
shiConfigurationSectionHandler.pdb
TempPE
Release
Refactor
SHI.dll
ResolveAssemblyReference.cache
SHI.dll
SHI.pdb
TempPE
Other Important Stuff
Install.doc
Sample.DotNetConfig.xsx
Properties
shiConfigurationSectionHandler.vsmdi
INSTALL.DOC
ShiConfigurationSectionHandler.suo
SampleSite
App_Data
Bin
ShiConfigurationSectionHandler.dll
ShiConfigurationSectionHandler.pdb
shiconfigurationsectionhandler_src.zip
shiConfigurationSectionHandler.dll
localtestrun.testrunconfig
Install.doc
Sample.DotNetConfig.xsx
shiConfigurationSectionHandler.vsmdi
INSTALL.DOC
ShiConfigurationSectionHandler.dll

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