Creating a Web.config Editor - Part 2
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by Jason N. Gaylord
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Section 1: Setting Up The Web.Config File
Now that we know how to edit basic properties in the web.config, let's create some custom properties. For this example, I have added two custom nodes as shown below:

    <add key="conUser" Value="sa">
    <add key="conServer" value="localhost">

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Title: Creating a Web.config Editor - Part 2   
Name: Kris Triyantio
Date: 2007-01-16 11:09:18 PM
It's good, but i cannot save. it shown error message.
"access denied"
how can i handle that.

Title: Creating a Web.config Editor - Part 2   
Name: Haroldo Carvalho
Date: 2006-02-01 9:58:14 AM
Very good.
It realy helpped me.

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