CheckMyConfig

CheckMyConfig

CheckMyConfig

Developer’s Description

CheckMyConfig is a developer / admin tool for validating .NET web.config / app.config files. It can detect broken connection strings, missing files, unreachable URLs and other common configuration problems. A software configuration sanity check, if you like !Configuration problems are usually entirely preventable, and tend to be expensive to fix if they are impacting a live environment where users are unable to work. You’re supposed to be deploying software that works, dammit!

CheckMyConfig can be used to validate the configuration settings which are defined by the software developer and hence are unique to a given application – including, but not limited to, the AppSettings, ApplicationSettings and UserSettings sections of your app.config, exe.config or web.config file. These are the ones that will generally cause your app to fall over completely if wrong.

You can use it when you install a new application for the first time, when you install a new version of existing software, or even when you just want to verify that an existing config file is still valid (given that your config file will refer to existing resources which may have become unavailable since the app was installed).

CheckMyConfig can be launched as a standalone app from the Windows Start Menu, and also integrates with Visual Studio .NET 2010, 2012 and 2013 versions

CheckMyConfig is a developer / admin tool for validating .NET config files. It can detect broken connection strings, missing files, unreachable URLs and other common configuration problems. A software configuration sanity check, if you like !

Configuration problems are usually entirely preventable, and tend to be expensive to fix if they are impacting a live environment where users are unable to work. You’re supposed to be deploying software that works, dammit!

CheckMyConfig can be used to validate the configuration settings which are defined by the software developer and hence are unique to a given application – including, but not limited to, the AppSettings, ApplicationSettings and UserSettings sections of your app.config, exe.config or web.config file. These are the ones that will generally cause your app to fall over completely if wrong.

You can use it when you install a new application for the first time, when you install a new version of existing software, or even when you just want to verify that an existing config file is still valid (given that your config file will refer to existing resources which may have become unavailable since the app was installed).

CheckMyConfig can be launched as a standalone app from the Windows Start Menu, as well as being integrated within Visual Studio.

This new version of the software includes numerous enhancements:

  • Tighter integration with Visual Studio 2010 / 2012. Errors found by CheckMyConfig will show in the Visual Studio Error List, and you can double-click on these to navigate to the particular line in your config file that caused an error.
  • CheckMyConfig API – to allow you to embed CheckMyConfig functionality within your own applications. See the sample client app included with the installer to see how to use this.
  • Configurable timeouts for database connection strings, DNS lookups, Web and PING requests.
  • Numerous UI improvements and bug fixes.CheckMyConfig is a development / admin tool for validating web.config / app.config .NET files.
    It is capable of detecting broken connection strings, missing files, unreachable URLs, and other common configuration issues. A sanity test software setup, if you like it! 

    General configuration issues are entirely preventable, and tend to be expensive to fix if they’re impacting a real environment where users can’t work. You’re supposed to be implementing software that works, dammit!

     

    CheckMyConfig can be used to validate configuration settings that are defined by the software developer and are therefore unique to a given application – including, but not limited to, the AppSettings, ApplicationSettings, and usersettings sections of your app.config, exe .config or web .config file. These are the ones that will generally cause your app to crash completely if wrong.

    It can be used when installing a new application for the first time, installing a new version of existing software, or even when you just want to check that an existing configuration file is still valid (noting that the configuration file will refer to existing resources that may have become available since the application was installed).

     

    CheckMyConfig can be launched as a stand-alone application from the Windows Start menu, and also integrates with Visual Studio .NET 2010, 2012, and 2013 versions.

    What’s new in this version.:

    * Tighter integration with Visual Studio 2010 / 2012. Errors discovered by CheckMyConfig will show up in Visual Studio’s list of errors, and you can double-click these to navigate to the particular line in your config file that caused an error.

    * CheckMyConfig API – to allow you to embed CheckMyConfig functionality within your own applications. See the sample client application included with the installer to see how to use this.

    * Configurable timeouts for database connection strings, DNS lookups, and Web PING requests.

    * Numerous UI improvements and bug fixes

    Requirements :.

    .NET Framework 4.0

    Limitations:

    15 day trial

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