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Strongly Typed Custom Configuration Sections using XML Serialization

, 6 Jan 2008 CPOL
This article demonstrates a simple approach to get strongly typed configuration objects to use in your code using XML serialization
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Benzi K. Ahamed
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I work as a Technology Lead for an IT services company based in India.
 
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