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Custom config section–both in general and for Umbraco
There’re several reasons why you’d want to minimize changes in your web.config and why you’d want to seperate configurations to independent files. First of all – and this is my personal opinion – you’d want to avoid bloating your files, both your classes and config files. It makes it easier to keep an overview of what goes on where and why… That’s why I like the way I’ve seen it done by for example Examine for Umbraco. They add a new Section in configSections node in the web.config with their own ......

Posted On Thursday, April 4, 2013 8:48 PM

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