I am converting a VB6 app to .NET. In VB6, the connection string was set in code. The user could open a different database using an Open Dialog box. After selecting the file, the new path and name was saved for that and all future connections.
I don't know how to handle this change in .NET. I'm setting up data sources for most forms. When I create the data source, the Data Source Configuration Wizard asks for a connection string. Apparently, this gets saved in some configuration file. This would be fine if the database name and path were identical for every user, but I don't want to be forced into this scenario.
How can I give the user a dialog box to select a file and then, each time they launch the program, it will use that for the connection? I seemed to have read the connection string is read only.