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Jon
Morning all,

I posted a question the other day but since then I've done some more digging
and need alittle help.

We're using the Enterprise Data Block 2006 to connect to our database and I
need to know if it's possible to put the connection information in the
app.config as it's a class library project, rather than in the web.config
where the block seems to look by default.

Is this possible? If so, can anyone help?

Thanks,

Jon
Nov 14 '06 #1
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The only means I know is adjusting the block source code. It is a paradigm
change I am not completely thrilled about, as well, but it makes sense in
some respects.

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Morning all,

I posted a question the other day but since then I've done some more
digging
and need alittle help.

We're using the Enterprise Data Block 2006 to connect to our database and
I
need to know if it's possible to put the connection information in the
app.config as it's a class library project, rather than in the web.config
where the block seems to look by default.

Is this possible? If so, can anyone help?

Thanks,

Jon

Nov 14 '06 #2

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