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Comvisible object, config files, and classic ASP

We are developing a comvisible object that will be called from an asp
page. This object in turn will load other .net assemblies, E.G. Entlib,
other in house items, WSE3.0 imp, etc... Most if not all of the
assemblies require settings in a configuration file.

The issue is I am unsure of how to get my comvisible assembly and the
others that it loads to read a config file.

1) Where does the configuration need to be placed?
2) Does it need to be named web.config? or assembly.dll.config?
3) Curiosity question here
a. Can it be placed in such a place that each site/vdir calling
the com object can have a different configuration file?


Jul 12 '06 #1
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