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Share App.Config file between a service and Windows Form App

Posted on 2013-05-15
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The solution consist of a Windows Service, A Windows From and a dll.  All .Net 4.0.
Both the service and the form just call the dll.  As of now they each have an app.config file that must be maintained.  Can you suggest a way or point me to an example where one app.config can be shared?
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Simple solution.  Right click and say "copy as link", then "paste as link".
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