Validating web.config

For console apps, this should be the bin folder, which contains the EXE file or DLL. Application Name; var app Version = Platform Services. Environment variables and files are usually the first thing in mind to configure the application. To open and read files manually might not be a big deal, but validating and parsing them would again require a lot of custom code.Depending on the project and build configuration, the path to the bin folder may vary. Application Base Path; // the app's name and version var app Name = Platform Services. The methods are available on any platform and easy to use. The alternative to all of this, and in a much more convenient way, is The configuration framework comes with a lot other nice features like secret stores (supports User Secrets and Azure Key Vault).For the validator, the following modules are required: You can get each of them in a single package at Active State.

This sample uses the OAuth 2.0 authorization code grant with confidential client and the Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL) to obtain access tokens for the web app to call the Graph API with the user's identity.

This sample is useful if you want to add a web API calling ability to an existing application that authenticates Azure AD users using Windows Identity Foundation and WS-Federation.

Working with the local environment, configuration and settings of an application is a pretty common development task. NET framework so far, you might run into some issues in . A lot has been changed in the new cross platform world.

Let’s have a look how this can be done with applications targeting the cross-platform . Fortunately, the dotnet team is working really hard on closing gaps and to bring a lot of functionality back into the BCLs (base class libraries, System.*).

One suggested method is to have a directory The rest of this guide will assume that these paths are being used.

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