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Cinchoo - Using MySql Database as Configuration Source

, 27 Jan 2013 CPOL
This tip shows how to use a MySql database as configuration source using the Cinchoo Configuration Manager
MySql-noexe.zip
MySql
ChoMySqlDictionaryConfigStorage
ChoMySqlDictionaryConfigStorage.csproj.user
Properties
Settings.settings
ChoMySqlKeyValueConfigStorage
Properties
Test
ChoMySqlDictionaryConfigStorage.Test
app.manifest
ChoMySqlDictionaryConfigStorage.Test.csproj.user
ChoMySqlEFDictionarySectionHandler.Test.csproj.user
Properties
ChoMySqlKeyValueConfigStorage.Test
Properties
MySql.zip
ChoMySqlDictionaryConfigStorage.csproj.user
Settings.settings
Libs
MySql.Data.dll
app.manifest
ChoMySqlDictionaryConfigStorage.Test.csproj.user
ChoMySqlEFDictionarySectionHandler.Test.csproj.user

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