Do you use configuration management application block?
20/10/2010 7:56 PM by
How do you get a setting from a configuration file? What do you do when you want to get a setting from a registry, or a database? Everyone faces these problems, and most people come up with their own solution. We used to have a few different standards, but when Microsoft released the Configuration Application Blocks, we have found that working to extend it and use it in all our projects saves us a lot of time! Use a local configuration file for machine and/or user specific settings (such as a connection string), and use a database for any shared values such as Tax Rates.
See how we configured this reset default settings functionality with the Configuration Block in the .NET Toolkit
Do you feel this rule needs an update?