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I have been having a problem with the following snippet:

//Setting up AttributeDictionary
SettingsAttributeDictionary ad = new

UserScopedSettingAttribute usera = new

ad.Add(usera.GetType(), usera);

// Adding new SettingsPropery
SettingsProperty mySp= new SettingsProperty("NewProperty", typeof(String)
, new LocalFileSettingsProvider(), false, "Hello World",
SettingsSerializeAs.String, ad, true, true);

//MySettings here is just the namespace of the project
// Add Property to Properties collection and saving
System.Configuration.SettingsProperty("AnotherProp "));
Upon saving the new Property is not reflected in the User.config file

C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\AppName\AppNa me.exe_\

Is there something I am doing wrong or is it just not designed to be used
this way as it appears that this code doesn't talk to the underlying
configuration subsystem only the settings subsystem

Aug 6 '08 #1
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Hello lee,

I notice that you have posted the same question in this group, which I have
already responded. So please check my reply there and please reply to me in
that thread so I can follow up with you in time.

Best regards,
Feng Chen
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