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Posted 2 Jul 2009

Writing a complex custom configuration section

, 2 Jul 2009
Technorati Tags: C#,.Net FrameworkHere i posted another entry, showing implementation of a simple configuration section, now consider following listing          <add name=&#8221;FirstAssembly.FirstType&#8221; assembly=&#8221;FirstAssembly&#8221; shoul
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