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ConfigurationElement Hierarchy

The following table lists the classes derived from System.Configuration.ConfigurationElement .

Class Description
System.Configuration.ConfigurationElementCollection Represents a configuration element containing a collection of child elements.
System.Configuration.ConfigurationSection Represents a section within a configuration file.
System.Configuration.ConnectionStringSettings Represents a single, named connection string in the connection strings configuration file section.
System.Configuration.KeyValueConfigurationElement Represents a configuration element that contains a key/value pair.
System.Configuration.NameValueConfigurationElement A configuration element that contains a String name and String value. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Configuration.ProtectedProviderSettings Represents a group of configuration elements that configure the providers for the <configProtectedData> configuration section.
System.Configuration.ProviderSettings Represents a group of configuration elements that configure a provider.
System.Configuration.SettingElement Represents a simplified configuration element used for updating elements in the configuration. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Configuration.SettingValueElement Contains the XML representing the serialized value of the setting. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.AuthenticationModuleElement Represents the type information for an authentication module. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.BypassElement Represents the address information for resources that are not retrieved using a proxy server. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.ConnectionManagementElement Represents the maximum number of connections to a remote computer. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.FtpCachePolicyElement Represents the default FTP cache policy for network resources. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.HttpCachePolicyElement Represents the default HTTP cache policy for network resources. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.HttpWebRequestElement Represents the maximum length for response headers. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.Ipv6Element Determines whether Internet Protocol version 6 is enabled on the local computer. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.ModuleElement Represents the type information for a custom IWebProxy module. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.PerformanceCountersElement Represents the performance counter element in the System.Net configuration file that determines whether the usage of performance counters is enabled. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.ProxyElement Identifies the configuration settings for Web proxy server. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.ServicePointManagerElement Represents the default settings used to create connections to a remote computer. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.SmtpNetworkElement Represents the network element in the SMTP configuration file. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.SmtpSpecifiedPickupDirectoryElement Represents an SMTP pickup directory configuration element.
System.Net.Configuration.SocketElement Represents information used to configure Socket objects. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.WebProxyScriptElement Represents information used to configure Web proxy scripts. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Net.Configuration.WebRequestModuleElement Represents a URI prefix and the associated class that handles creating Web requests for the prefix. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.AssemblyInfo References an assembly to be linked to during compilation of a dynamic resource. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.AuthorizationRule The AuthorizationRule class allows you to programmatically access and modify the authorization section of a configuration file. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.BufferModeSettings Configures the ASP.NET event-buffering settings for event providers. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.BuildProvider Provides functionality to parse a particular file type and generate code during compilation of a dynamic resource. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.ClientTarget Defines the alias associated with the target user agent for which ASP.NET server controls should render content. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.CodeSubDirectory References a directory location that is used during compilation of a dynamic resource. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.Compiler Defines a compiler that is used to support the compilation infrastructure of Web applications. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.CustomError Configures a CustomError section to map an ASP.NET error code to a custom page. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.EventMappingSettings Defines the ASP.NET event mapping settings for event providers. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.ExpressionBuilder Retrieves a dynamic resource during compilation.
System.Web.Configuration.FormsAuthenticationConfiguration Configures an ASP.NET application to use the AuthenticationMode forms modality.
System.Web.Configuration.FormsAuthenticationCredentials Configures user credentials for ASP.NET applications that use form-based authentication.
System.Web.Configuration.FormsAuthenticationUser Configures the user's credentials for Web applications that use forms-based authentication.
System.Web.Configuration.HttpHandlerAction Configures an HttpHandlersSection configuration section. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.HttpModuleAction Configures the HttpModulesSection modules. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.NamespaceInfo Contains a single configuration namespace reference, similar to the Import directive. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.OutputCacheProfile Configures the output cache profile that can be used by the application pages. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.PassportAuthentication Configures Passport-based authentication in ASP.NET applications.
System.Web.Configuration.ProfileGroupSettings Provides programmatic access to the group subsection of the profiles configuration file section.
System.Web.Configuration.ProfilePropertySettings The ProfilePropertySettings class provides a way to programmatically access and modify the profiles section of a configuration file. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.ProfileSettings Configures the ASP.NET event profiles. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.RuleSettings Configures the ASP.NET event rules. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.SqlCacheDependencyDatabase Configures the SQL cache dependencies databases for an ASP.NET application. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.TagMapInfo Contains a single configuration tag remapping statement. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.TagPrefixInfo Defines a configuration element containing tag-related information.
System.Web.Configuration.TransformerInfo Specifies a custom class that extends the WebPartTransformer class for use by Web Part connections.
System.Web.Configuration.TrustLevel Defines the mapping of specific security levels to named policy files. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.UrlMapping Maps a URL that is displayed to users to the URL of a page in your Web application. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.WebPartsPersonalization Allows you to specify the personalization provider and set personalization authorizations. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Configuration.WebPartsPersonalizationAuthorization Provides programmatic access to the authorization section contained in the webParts section of the configuration. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Mobile.DeviceFilterElement Represents a device-specific filter to be applied to the application.
System.Web.Services.Configuration.DiagnosticsElement Represents the <diagnostics> Element element in the Web.config configuration file.
System.Web.Services.Configuration.ProtocolElement Represents a protocol element in the Web Services configuration file. The class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Services.Configuration.SoapEnvelopeProcessingElement Configures a timeout that helps mitigate denial of service attacks by terminating any request that takes longer than the ReadTimeout property value.
System.Web.Services.Configuration.SoapExtensionTypeElement Represents the SoapExtensionElement in the Web Services configuration file. This element adds a SOAP extension to run with all XML Web services within the scope of the configuration file. The class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.Services.Configuration.TypeElement Represents the type element in the Web services configuration file.
System.Web.Services.Configuration.WsdlHelpGeneratorElement Represents WsdlHelpGenerator element in the configuration file that specifies the XML Web service Help page (an .aspx file) that is displayed to a browser when the browser navigates directly to an ASMX XML Web services page.
System.Web.Services.Configuration.WsiProfilesElement Represents the WsiProfiles element in the configuration file.
System.Web.UI.MobileControls.ControlElement Represents the Control section within the MobileControls section of a configuration file. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Web.UI.MobileControls.DeviceElement Maps specific adapters to specific mobile controls for a given device. This class cannot be inherited.
System.Xml.Serialization.Configuration.SchemaImporterExtensionElement Handles the configuration for the XmlSchemaImporter class. This class cannot be inherited.
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