calling managed c# component from unmanaged c++ code, how do i define config

calling managed c# component from unmanaged c++ code, how do i define config

I want to call a C# component from an unmanaged c++ service. I need to set config items expected by the C# component. What name should be config be and where should it be located.

eg. parentfolder\cplusplusservice.exe


i need csharp.dll.config or its equivalent.


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Is this a good practice? “/*/something/*/something//*/”
The .config file needs to be named the same as the application's name.

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When the unmanaged code first calls into the managed code an AppDomain is created that AppDomain controls which config file is loaded and from where..
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You will need to manually copy the .config file to the output directory and name it after the application name or create a post-build to do so.

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This article shows how to use Configuration files with c#:. This article provides an overview of calling managed c# component from unmanaged c++ and vice versa, as well as some helper classes:.


It depends on how the AppDomain that is hosting your managed code is created.. For example, if you are exposing the managed code as COM, it will be loaded into the default AppDomain, and the configuration file will be in the same directory as the executable (parentfolder\cplusplusservice.exe.config in your case).. If you are creating the AppDomain yourself, you can control where the configuration file is located..

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