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Common data service app.config

Hi, 

 

I am working on CDS, when I used the Console type applicaton sample code from Microsoft website, it works all well. 

 

But when I changed to our project which is a class library, I cannot do CreateClient() any more, it keeps checking the app.config, and telling me that section "Microsoft.CommonDataService.Connection" is missing; I don't have control to the app.config, because it is a class library project.

 

Has anyone run into this situation before? Any ideas/thoughts will be very much appreciated, thank you!!

 

Jason

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Re: Common data service app.config

Hi @jasonssis,

 

Where do you call the class library from? 

If the calling application has an app.config, you can put your configuration there.

 

Regards, Jeroen

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Re: Common data service app.config

Hi Jeroen

 

Good morning, thank you for replying to my question.

 

I am writing a C# class library for other people to use, so I don't have any control on the configuration at all.

 

In a Console type application, both of following work all well:

 

1.

var client = ConnectionSettings.Instance.CreateClient().Result;

 

2. 

var vs = new ConnectionSettings();

UserCredentialsSettings users = new UserCredentialsSettings();

users.ApplicationId = "xxxx";
vs.EnvironmentId = "xxxx";
vs.Tenant = "xxxx";
vs.Credentials = users;

var client2 = vs.CreateClient().Result;

 

I have also tried, if I changed anything in app.config file that is related to CDS, CreateClient() will not work any more; it will display configuration exception, even if I have programmatically set up everything correctly in my code. 

 

I am wondering, if there is anyway that we can tell CDS SDK not check this app.config when creating client. 

 

Thanks for any suggestions or comments,

 

Jason

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