[Mono-list] ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings is NULL
nsweng at gmail.com
Tue Apr 1 16:54:03 UTC 2014
Thank Andrés G. Aragoneses for your replay!
The problem I hitting looks similar to the bug you mentioned as https://bugzilla.xamarin.com/show_bug.cgi?id=11972
I modified some code in mono2.8 according to the suggestion in https://github.com/mono/mono/pull/643, there is still the the problem.
(Maybe I did not merge the modification correctly, for I did not get the full-version of modified source files,because the network is so so slowly.)
Fail to get ConfigurationManager.AppSettings and ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings from web.config!
My web app is running on CentOS6.2 + nginx + fastcgi-mono-server + mono2.8.
Which module of mono would cause the problem, MCS or runtime?
What shall I do?
Any suggestion is welcome!
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From: "Andrés G. Aragoneses"
To: Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2014 7:30 PM
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings is NULL
On 28/03/14 15:50, weng nanshan wrote:
> I am runing a web application on mono. There is a strange problem.
> I define a database connection string in Web.config file, as the following:
> <add name="MySqlConnectionStr"
> And I want to get the connection string in program, using
> It fail! And I find that
> ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["MySqlConnectionStr"] is NULL. So
> I can't get the connection string.
> The program is written in .net2.0, and run well on Windows and MS .Net
> framework. But on CentOS6.2 and Mono, there is the problem above.
> I test Mono2.6.7, Mono 2.8, Mono2.10.6, there is the same problem.
> I try many way to solve the problem, but fail!
> Anyone kind to help me! Any suggestion is welcome!
Mono 2.x is very old, upgrade please.
If you still hit the problem in Mono 3.2.x, then maybe you're hitting a
similar (or same) bug as https://bugzilla.xamarin.com/show_bug.cgi?id=11972
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