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Compact Framework Configuration XML File Read & Write like appSettings

, 13 Jan 2010 CPOL
How to use an XML file to read and write aplication settings in a Window Mobile development
My Project
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<member name="M:CFNET_AppSettings.MyAppSettings.#ctor(System.String,System.String)">
 Load an .xml configuration file, if not exits code will create one
	<param name="StrPath">If not specified, the constructor will look at root path for</param>
	<param name="StrFilename">If not specified, AppSettings.xml will be used</param>
</member><member name="M:CFNET_AppSettings.MyAppSettings.SaveXmlDefaultConfigurationFile(System.String,System.String)">
 Create and Save a default configuration Xml file based on a easily specific or default defined xml string
	<param name="FilePath">The fullpath including filename.xml to save to</param>
	<param name="XmlConfigurationFileString">If not specified, then will use the XmlDefaultConfigurationFileString</param>
	<returns>True if succesfull created</returns>
</member><member name="T:CFNET_AppSettings.MyAppSettings">
 Useful to load and store data aplication configuration (settings or any other)
 Specially in Compact Framework development SmartDevice applications
 More fast than using SQLCE client, and also ore lighweight and more compatible
 By Alejandro Barrada Martín
 Some pieces extracted from other sources: pbrroks at, Microsoft at
</member><member name="P:CFNET_AppSettings.My.Resources.Resources.ResourceManager">
   Returns the cached ResourceManager instance used by this class.
</member><member name="P:CFNET_AppSettings.My.Resources.Resources.Culture">
   Overrides the current thread's CurrentUICulture property for all
   resource lookups using this strongly typed resource class.
</member><member name="T:CFNET_AppSettings.My.Resources.Resources">
   A strongly-typed resource class, for looking up localized strings, etc.

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