.Net stores configuration in XML files, named with the .config extension, where in the Web case, the file is called Web.Config, and in applications case, the file is the [name of the assembly].config, so, my question is... Can I assign a configuration file for specific Assemblies?
 
Assuming my project use 2 distinct Assemblies, the main one, wich is an Windows Forms Executable, and a DLL for the Bussiness Layer...
 
BL.dll
MyApp.exe
 
If I want two config files, could I use:
 
BL.config
MyApp.config
 
So, when BL.dll read something from Configuration file, it gets from it's own .config, and the same for MyApp.exe...
 
I don't even know if it's useful for something, but I was wondering...
Because, I was developing with unit testing, and I was searching a way to the testing assembly gets the ConnectionString from the Configuration file (it's still unsolved)... Then it comes up in my mind...
 
Thanks..