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Sorry Hit the wrong key before got text in, which is:

On page 49 and throughout the book, use of the ASP.NET Configuration Tool is referred to. Rather than show readers how to use the tool, the authors just show what that file looks like after it has been somehow changed.

I've been doing it manually too, by typing in the required config strings as needed.

Wanting to learn how to use the tool, I have tried and failed to use
the tool to add a <connectionstrings> or connection string to the web.config file.

Anyone able to do it, using the tool? Should be a wizard kind of thing, right?

VV








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