Code To Set Legacy Mode In Webconfig File Through C#?

Apr 29, 2010

how to set the <xhtmlConformance mode="legacy"/> tag in web.config as "strict" using the codes in for an webaplication

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I'm using Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008 Developer to create a website.

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I'm working on a new website, written in VB.Net using ASP.NET MVC2, there is a need to call "legacy" VB6 code for various complex bits of business logic. The VB6 is a framework consisting of many dlls and is very stateful, we are pretty much emulating how the framework is used in our client application, ie the application runs (lots of state setup), a user logs on (even more state) and then loads a file (even more state).

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I have created a webservice, which debugs fine with no errors, and published this on my localhost server for testing.

I have created a windows app which calls the webservice but am hitting problems as soon as I reach the point where the webservice tries to connect to its database.

The connectionstring is held within the web.config file of the webservice as

<add name="MyConnectionName" providerName="System.Data.ProviderName" connectionString="server=MyServerName; database=MyDataBaseName;uid=MyUser;pwd=MyPassword;"/>

and called within the code by using the statement

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, and as I said before, this works perfectly when debugging the webservice application directly.

However, the windows application is not seeing the connection properly, if I use the statement as above I get a debug error stating that it is a NULL reference. If I change it to

>> System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings[0].ConnectionString

I no longer get a debug error, but the connection is not made. On testing the above code it believes the name for connection 0 is "localSqlServer" and in both the web app and the webservice the error below is returned.

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why the windows application see's the correct connection string code as null? Is there additional security I need to add for the web.config file to be accessible? Or does the connection strings need to be relicated within the app.config of the windows app?

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