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Include Multiple .Config Files in ASP.NET Web Application

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Explains how to include multiple .config files to make ASP.NET Web application.
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Explains how to include multiple .config files to make ASP.NET Web application more secure and manageable. Microsoft ASP.Net provides a configuration system that can be used to keep our applications flexible at run-time.

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21st July 2006
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Using Multiple Web.Config files in Asp.Net
Reviewed byAnonymousonThu, 3rd August 2006
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For this we need to change the "appSettings" section of the machine.config file. in this section we have an attribute "allowDefinition". 1.if it is set to "MachineOnly" then we cant override "appSettings" section in our web.config of the root folder. 2. if it is set to "MachineToApplication" then we can override in our root web application folder. 3. if it is omitted then we can override in multiple folders that is seperate web.config file for each folder. Thanks Ali Akbar Mohammed
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