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Last post Aug 08, 2012 04:03 PM by GmGregori
Aug 06, 2012 09:46 AM|LINK
When I first started using Webmatrix I installed it on a Windows 2008, thinking that I would need some of the functionality like IIS and SQL server.
Later I realized that Webmatrix is a self contained solution and that it appears I could have installed it on a client machine. Is that correct?
I am still a long way from having a site that can go live, and I am wondering if there is something to be gained from publishing to IIS. One benefit I can see is that I can have others look at a functioning site. Are there any other benefits?
Has anyone ever see a write up on how to publish to IIS7.0, or has any do's and dont's?
Aug 08, 2012 10:37 AM|LINK
Do you means deploy the project on IIS?
Of course, please check these article.
Aug 08, 2012 12:44 PM|LINK
I think I found something.
It appears I need to do a deployment from Visual studio which creates a XML file.
That XML file can then be imported in Webmatrix
Don't have Visual Studio.
Aug 08, 2012 04:03 PM|LINK
Maybe these two articles should help you:
Install Server Components explains how to install on IIS 7.0 the required server components to be WebMatrix compatible;
Configure Site for Web Deploy Publishing
shows the steps to configure individual sites for Web Deploy publishing.