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Property Bag with sharepoint 2010

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Hi All,

Need some information about the property bag codeplex tools that is used in sharepoint 2010.

Can any one help?

Thank you
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Property bag is a collection of custom properties in Sharepoint that can be saved in Web Application , Farm , or site collection, site or list level. Usually they are updated through API, but with this tool you can edit them via GUI in Central Administration.

A useful blog post can be found here
http://havivi.blogspot.com/2010/05/sharepoint-property-bag-settings-2010.html
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