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Currently we have a project hosted in Azure. In oder versions of SEOChecker it seemed like it was writting all settings to the DB. Now this is different, the settings are written to the config: SEOChecker.config. This is giving problems on our Azure subscription, cause App services are not really designed to write or create files. This results to us copying the config before deploy en then overwrite it again after deploy. Is there a way or settings somewhere where I can set it to write to the DB rather than a file. I am sure we are not the 1st with this problem.
It has always been writing settings to the config file. Maybe in a next version this can change. Problem is that I have done something like that for Mediaprotect in the past and that caused issues where people complained that it needed to access the database, chicken/egg problem.
Maybe some sort of switch will help that you can pick where you weant to store the config file.
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