one application has many web.config files which web.config file execute first?
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In my application i will add three web.config file which will execute first. how to set it. Give me a guidlines.
Hi,You can't add multiple web.config to applicationYou can add single web.config to each folder present in sub directories of your applicationYou can override the web.config files using multiple config files.SatalajWatch The true story of internet ||Yet another forum |||I'm big fan of Open source flash chart for .net very very simple I n t e r v i e w T i p s
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how many web.config file you can have in your web application
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Not 1 per directory? I've set up security on a folder using a web.config in that folder that was seperate from the rest of the sit...web.config file of root directoy interferes with the sub-application web.config.
I encountered a problems when I added new sub-application to my application, with its own web.config, When I try to open page
It reads the web.config of www.mypage.com and throws an exception
(I think it tries to loadsome dlls from root-bin directory (exactly ATLAS files..)
<add name="ScriptModule" type="Microsoft.Web.Services.ScriptModule"/> - exception on this line
But why it reads the web.config of root dir?
What can I do to solve that problem?
This is the expected behavior. web.config are inher...How to use 2 web.config file in a single web application
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HI, I created two web.config files in my application. I wrote two different connection strings in two web.config files. Now i want to fetch two connection strings into code behind file. plz help me... Thanks in Advance
Only one web.config per app. You can have multiple connection strings in it though.
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Hi jeff,I read in some of the portals that we can use multiple web.config files in an app...Is there any limit on no. of config files in a single web application?
we can have different web.config files for individual folders under application directory. But is there any limit on no. of config files that a single app. can have?
Hi Ronnie,One per folder I guess ....I never heard anything about limitations. Kind regards,Wim Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you, and to click “Unmark as Answer” if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
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If you want to encrypt your web.config you can have a look at this link http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2006/01/09/434893.aspxFaraz Shah KhanMCP, MCAD.Net, MCSD....Encrypting web AND window application config files (.NET 2.0)
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I'm not sure I follow you.
Still hope this helps: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2006/01/09/434893.aspxZhao Ji MaSincerely,Microsoft Online Community Support“Please remember to click...Use a Name/value in Machine.config file in the web.config file
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