I'm building a modular Silverlight application, using Prism.
In the Shell project, I'm loading 2x modules, each hailing from a separate assembly. For convenience let's call them ModuleA and ModuleB
ModuleA makes calls to WebServiceA. A ServiceReference.ClientConfig file is present in ModuleA's assembly.
In order for this to work, in the shell project, I've added an "existing item" (path set to the forementioned config file in ModuleA's folder)
as a link. The shell launched and the ModuleA made a successful call to the WebServiceA.
Currently, I'm working on ModuleB, it also needs to make webservice calls, this time to WebServiceB. The service reference has been added, and a ServiceReference.ClientConfig file has appeared in ModuleB's assembly. I've attempted to add that config file
as a link to the shell project as well, but I've failed.
Q1 : Is it possible to use multiple ServiceReference.ClientConfig files like this?
Q2 : Are there any best-practices for this case?
Q3 : Is it possible to rename a *.config or *.ClientConfig file ? How is it done? How do I tell the application what file to use?