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DLL's, Interop and App.Config.

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I need to read the value of an app.config file from a .NET DLL through Interop from a VB6 app.
The DLL is part of a larger winform app - but I am just using the DLL for the Interop.
But of course you cannot read an app.config from just a DLL - it needs to be in an app with an exe file associated. I get nothing when I try and read the app.config using the usual .NET routines in this COM Interop situation.
So, how can this be done in real life?
Can I send my setting value through the interop into DLL for the .NET DLL to store this where it can be read as if the DLL had an app.config?
NOTE: I have tried reading froam the app directory but in Interop this appears to be the VB6 runtime directory.

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Have you tried using the ConfigurationManager.OpenExeConfiguration method, specifying the path to the config file?
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