Sharepoint config store

13 02 2009

While the web.config may be a nice place to store your configuration information, you need to edit it manualy if you need to change a configuration key. This operation must be repeated as many times as the number of machines you have on your farm. Thus it is not practical and it does not make sense. Other approaches include SQL table, sharepoint lists and so on.

Chris O’Bryan came up witn an implementation of a config store, based on a SPList and with the basic methods to access them.

The project is available from codeplex and you can find the approach described here: A better Config Store for SharePoint sites .

Great work Chris!




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