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Posted 12 Jul 2007

How to persist changes to My.Settings.ConnectionString

, 1 Aug 2007
This article describes a solution for persisting changes to the ReadOnly My.Settings.ConnectionString with nearly trivial code.

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I have been a software consultant since 1985 working on everything from the Commodore VIC-20 & RadioShack CoCo games to 8051 Embedded USB Microcontrollers to Windows Vista database applications. I have written over a half million lines of code since 2004. Please see my DataConnectionDialog control at http://mjmeans.com/dcd.aspx.

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