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Old May 17th, 2004, 03:34 PM
mjadhav mjadhav is offline
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I would recommend you to use some sort of setting from a configuration file (web.config for web apps and app.config for windows apps). Read this setting when the application loads up and the use it all over the application to do different things. That way, you maintain the same code base ... an the behaviour of the application is also easily configurable (by editing the setting in the config file - which is an xml file).

Hope that was helpful.

Manish Jadhav