Hi, thanks for the reply, but I don't think this will help -
a) I have a native project (c++)
b) I already have a AppName.exe.config and it is ignored, renaming it to
AppName.config makes the system consider it.
I've find out that this happens if I use Run-Time Library "Multi-Threaded"
If I use "Multi-Threaded Dll" (/MD) then the AppName.exe.config is NOT
any idea why ?
"Scott M." wrote:
> You should have a config file called "app.config" in your project. Upon
> complilation, this file will be renamed to yourAppName.exe.config.
> "Jasmine" <Jasmine@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > I have a MyApp.exe.config file with some settings, but my program seems to
> > IGNORE it.
> > it looks for MyApp.config instead.
> > changing the exe.config to .config is a bit complicated (windows installer
> > is involved...).
> > any ideas as to WHY it happens or how to FIX it ?
> > I'm using .NET 2 on windows server 2003 SP2 with VS 2005
> > thanks.