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Config File and dll

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Hello All:

When you develop a C# app that is deployed as an .exe, you can use a
[appname].exe.config file to set some parameters to avoid changing code.

I would like to do the same thing using a .dll, however: I am not sure how
to go about doing this with a .dll, as the config file does not have a unique
name. Is there something special you have to do? Is it possible? Worst
case scenerio would be we pass into the dll (maybe as part of the
constructor) the parameter we would like set, however: the prefered method
is a config file is possible. Any help / examples would be greatly
appreciated.

Thanks
Andy
Nov 16 '05 #1
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