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Using SPPersistedObjects to store custom SharePoint Configuration Settings

SharePoint Applications can store configuration information in a many places (PropertyBags, lists, PersitedObjects, web.config ). PropertyBags and Lists are both stored in the Content Database, so when you copy your production environment down to QA environment, these settings come with … Continue reading

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