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How to call web.config file value through window services

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I have created a window services.Now i am looking for to set the timer value , and some reference value in web.config file.And after that i want to call the values in the web.config file through my window service.Can any one have idea abt the windowservices ,sample code is most welcome.
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by:philipjonathan
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Check this class
System.Configuration.ConfigurationSettings.
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Dhaest earned 250 total points
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To retrieve the configuration information for an arbitrary assembly, use the overloaded constructor or GetConfig method that takes an Assembly reference as input.


Imports System
Imports System.Reflection
Imports System.Collections
Imports System.Xml
Imports System.Configuration
 
' AssemblySettings usage:
' If you know the keys you're after, the following is probably
' the most convenient:
'   VB.NET code
'       Dim settings As AssemblySettings = New AssemblySettings()
'       Dim someSetting1 As String = settings("someKey1")
'       Dim someSetting2 As String = settings("someKey2")
'
 
' If you want to enumerate over the settings (or just as an
' alternative approach), you can do this too:
'       Dim settings As IDictionary = AssemblySettings.GetConfig()
'       Dim entry As DictionaryEntry
'       For Each entry In  settings
'           ' Use entry.Key or entry.Value as desired...
'       Next entry
'
 
' To retrieve the configuration information for an arbitrary assembly,
' use the overloaded constructor or GetConfig method that takes an
' Assembly reference as input.
 
Public Class AssemblySettings
    Private settings As IDictionary
    Public Sub New()
    End Sub
 
    Default Public ReadOnly Property Item(ByVal key As String) As String
        Get
            Dim settingValue As String = Nothing
            If Not (settings Is Nothing) Then
                settingValue = settings(key)
            End If
            If (settingValue Is Nothing) Then
                Return ""
            Else
                Return settingValue
            End If
        End Get
    End Property
 
    Public Overloads Shared Function GetConfig(ByVal configFileName As String) As IDictionary
        ' Open and parse configuration file for specified
        ' assembly, returning collection to caller for future
        ' use outside of this class.
        '
        Try
            Dim cfgFile As String = configFileName 
            Const nodeName As String = "assemblySettings"
 
            Dim doc As New XmlDocument()
            doc.Load(New XmlTextReader(cfgFile))
 
            Dim nodes As XmlNodeList = doc.GetElementsByTagName(nodeName)
            Dim node As XmlNode
            For Each node In nodes
                If node.LocalName = nodeName Then
                    Dim handler As New DictionarySectionHandler()
                    Return CType(handler.Create(Nothing, Nothing, node), IDictionary)
                End If
            Next node
        Catch
        End Try
        Return Nothing
    End Function
End Class

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