How to disable Save entity connection settings in app.config

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asked Jan 30, 2016 by delalla (1,980 points)
Thanks in advance for any clarification

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answered Feb 5, 2016 by jr_hink (1,460 points)
Please set the name of connection string manually.
commented Feb 7, 2016 by Ntb_I (1,430 points)
The applicationSettings section introduced with
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answered Feb 21, 2016 by SugerakOut (360 points)
Even when connection strings are in a separate file, System.
Both frameworks can read connection strings from app.
For connection strings, the predefined handler is System. Take a look at this tutorial here: Saving Connection Strings to app.config - CodeProject worked for me
commented Feb 23, 2016 by Claudette (830 points)
Configuration and System
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answered Mar 13, 2016 by Cer_This (840 points)
This is a great question and I see many different answers to this
Check this out for more details: Saving Connection Strings to app.config - CodeProject
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answered Mar 13, 2016 by Fb_Agne (610 points)
See link below to get more details on this Learning the Entity Framework-enabled ADO.NET Provider ... this helps
Please look at this page
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answered Mar 13, 2016 by Nicely_9 (340 points)
Hope this solution will fix your mood this time. The working example of this trick can be seen here: 5.7 Tutorial: Using an Entity Framework Entity as a ...
commented Mar 13, 2016 by VaAdd (710 points)
This is how it looks after i removed both of requirements
commented Mar 15, 2016 by tried_Knic (1,190 points)
I know this answer is late for this question. This answer is taken from this forum
commented Mar 15, 2016 by carrelli3907 (970 points)
Just answering this so if someone ever decides to actually search on this topic. Check this page for examples of atomic groups

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