Configuration Merge Behavior

.NET Configuration Merge Default Behavior General Behavior In general, the .NET configuration system operates as a hierarchical view of an application’s configuration expressed in XML.  The hierarchy of the view takes on two dimensions:  an XML hierarchy (nodes have parents and children) to organize the data; and multiple configuration files (i.e. machine.config, app.config, and web.config)…

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How do I know what collections support <add>, <remove>, <clear>?

I recently received this question on the WCF Forums and promised a more in depth answer on my blog.  For those of you that have read my forums response, a lot of this may seem familiar.  In fact, I have copied much of this content from that response and filled it out here with some…

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