How can I read/write application settings belonging to another assembly?

Hey guys,

I have a solution containing two projects - a WinForms project and a Class lib project. I need to be able to read/write from/to the settings file (Settings.settings) associated with the class library project, from the WinForms project.

Note: the settings are user scoped.

Can anyone tell me how to do this?

Thanks in advance!

Chris
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spuleCommented:
You can make the settings public. In you Class Lib project's Properties, go to the Settings dialog and choose Access Modifier: Public. Then just access the settings from the other project through MyClassLib.Properties.Settings.
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xoperatorCommented:
Hi,

I think the following article will help you:

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/SystemConfiguration.aspx

Enjoy ! :)
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Chris_HarrisAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys,

Spule - I tried that late last night and it did not work but today it did - so much for late night programming! Have you ever used SettingsGroupNameAttribute on a settings class?

xoperator - thanks for the link :-)
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