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Posted 5 May 2004

Using XML Serialization to Read Custom Configuration Elements

, 5 May 2004
Custom configuration is a powerful tool provided by the .NET Framework. Ideas such as the Provider Model make heavy use of the configuration techniques. This article will demonstrate using XML Serialization to place objects into your configuration that can be used at run time.
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