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I am looking for an example of how to use the PropertyBag class in C#.

I want to use the property bag to persist data retrieved from a web service. I cannot find any examples of how to do this.

I also want to be able to check the property bag to see if it contains a particular value (an identifier). If it does, then I want to use the values from the property bag. If it doesn't, I want to call the web service with the new valuek and repopulate the property bag.

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Here's a site that can get you going:
http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/propertybag.asp
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