Last post Jun 19, 2008 09:29 PM by d4dennis@inspir3
Jun 19, 2008 05:33 PMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
I can't quite figure that out. I've added one to my solution. I tried creating a web.config rewrite, which I couldn't get to work, but that's another subject.
My question is that I don't understand what it's output is. Are your supposed to take what's in the output directory and copy it by hand to the server?
Why isn't there a "Deploy" option in the Web Deployment Project? You'd think that you'd be able to add a WDP, Build, the actually deploy. Silly me.
It looks like what you're supposed to do is then take the output of the WDP and put it into a Web Setup Project and then take the msi from that and install it on your server. Woof!
Is there anyway to "deploy" onto development server easily? I'm trying to test authentication issues, which you can't do by running in the local debug server. What is the recommended way of doing that? It seems like a total kludge.
Jun 19, 2008 09:21 PM|lnwThai|LINK
maybe this link can help you about web deployment >>>>
Hope can make you more clear about web deployment [:)]
Jun 19, 2008 09:29 PM|d4dennis@inspir3|LINK
The fastest way deploy your website to your server is using the Publish Web Site utility.
Have a look at this:
NOTE: The Publish Web Site utility is not available in Visual Web Developer Express edition.
Hope it helps!