command line argument

Hi, Have a look at this Main function in my .Net windows application:

static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            try
            {
                if (args.Length == 2)
                {
                    DDIManager dDIManager;

                    DDIManager.DatabaseServer = args[0].Trim();
                    DDIManager.DatabaseName = args[1].Trim();

                    Logger.Information("Working with database '" +
                        DDIManager.DatabaseServer + "\\" +
                        DDIManager.DatabaseName + "'");

                    dDIManager = new DDIManager();
                    //dDIManager.ProcessReturnedAUDDACInstructions();
                    //dDIManager.ProcessReturnedARUDDInstructions();
                    //dDIManager.ProcessReturnedAUDDISInstructions();
                    dDIManager.ProcessNewDDIs();
                    dDIManager.ProcessAmendedDDIs();
                }
                else
                {
                    Help("Invalid parameters");
                    LogHelp("Invalid parameters");
                }
            }
            catch (Exception exp)
            {
                Logger.Error(exp);
            }
        }
I have been looking into whole solution to find the connection string for this project but found nothing. But by the looks of it this must be paased as a command line argument and, if that is the case where do I find what has been passed?

Is that the location where this executable is running from.
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himanshutConnect With a Mentor Commented:
just put a breakpoint in front of
Logger.Information("Working with database '" +
                        DDIManager.DatabaseServer + "\\" +
                        DDIManager.DatabaseName + "'");
and when the execution comes at this line, just hover the mouse pointer over these values to get the names
OR right click on

                    DDIManager.DatabaseServer = args[0].Trim();
                    DDIManager.DatabaseName = args[1].Trim();
Args, and add quick watch to get the values.

They are coming from DDIManager dDIManager;
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imaki06Connect With a Mentor Commented:
You are right, this program gets database server and database name values from command line arguments.

You could try to check the shortcut which is used to start this program, and see if there is comman line arguments. Or if it is a batch (.bat) file, that file can be opened with notepad to see the arguments.
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ube100Author Commented:
Helps me in some way.
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