Using .NET .config Files for Configuration

Many .NET applications require configuration settings that are stored in .config files. If the components you are calling - like for example a WCF service client - require that you have a configuration file, your FoxPro application has to provide this .config file.

Where to put your .config Files

In order to do this you need to create an .config file in the same location as the primary binary executable that is your application. This is either:

  • YourApplication.exe
  • VFP9.exe (running FoxPro IDE)

The configuration file needs to live in the same path as the EXE as:

  • YourApplication.exe.config
  • VFP9.exe.config

Note that the latter is global and will located in the VFP9 installation folder in Programs Files (x86) most likely.


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