When you install the application, a Web.config file is included to define configuration settings and store information about how the application will behave. The Web.config file contains information such as security information and application settings. To edit the web.config file, you go to your installation directory's vroot folder and open the Web.config XML document. For example, if C:\bbappfx\ is your installation directory, you go to C:\bbappfx\vroot and open the Web.config file.
Within the Web.config file's appSettings element, you can define a variety of settings for the application. To view information about the options in this section on the file, go to the application start page and click Utilities. Then on the Utilities, Gadgets and Reference page, click Web.Config AppSetting documentation under Reference Documents.
The AppSettings List page appears with a table that describes the application settings that you can configure through the Web.config file. Blackbaud does not support the configuration of any AppSettings that are not documented within the AppSettings List.
Blackbaud does not support the configuration of any AppSettings that are not documented within the AppSettings List.