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EnvironmentProduct: Sitefinity
Versions: 9.x
OS: All supported OS versions
Database: All supported Microsoft SQL Server versions
Question/Problem Description

When Sitefinity saves config, it writes only changed elements to xml file. Elements will not be written if they are the same as in database.
But is there way to see all the configuration items ?

For example, ToolboxesConfig.config file contains only toolboxes that has been changed. But is it possible to see all elements in that config ?
 
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
Since version 9 Sitefinity has a default setting (available in web.config file) that sets the configuration storage to Auto:

<telerik>
<sitefinity>
<sitefinityConfig storageMode="Auto" />
</sitefinity>
</telerik>

More details in this link:

http://docs.sitefinity.com/auto-storage-mode-of-configurations
 
Resolution
Workaround
Consider using the Config helper class. E.g:
 
var toolboxConfig = Config.Get<ToolboxesConfig>();

 
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Last Modified Date3/20/2017 1:25 PM
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