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This way is much better, in reality I would create custom config handlers and using config sections for what you are wanting and go from there. Using web config in a .net environment is a much prefered aproach. I guess we would need clarification if this is ASP or

I much prefer the web.config in .net because it is easy to work with and edit randomly like a developer might want to. Plus all the config information can be writen right out in a trace so you can see what is going on at the time. This really helps trouble shooting things. But if you are going with Classic asp. I would go with my previous post.