Last post Mar 03, 2010 04:55 AM by XiaoCheng Fan - MSFT
Feb 25, 2010 07:00 PM|JDEIntegrator|LINK
I've a production web site. It was deployed/installed using a standard MSI project. But now, I'll like to create a kind of MSI package containing only those components affected during a fix. Everytime I fix something in the solution, I've to manually
copy/paste all modified components (ascx,aspx,dll, etc) to the web server. Of course, I've a staging area from where I can validate that my package is completed and I'm not missing anything. But I'll like to avoid this manual-risky-prompt-error process.
That way my fixes packages will looks more professional and I could even have our web manager deploying fixes on this production box.
What folks do to deploy fixes? Any ideas?
Feb 26, 2010 08:06 AM|Yougerthen|LINK
You add a web installer project to your solution, then add a custom action within your application solution in this custom action
you add your contraints
Feb 26, 2010 10:13 AM|JDEIntegrator|LINK
Thanks for your reply, but can you post a quick sample or reference?
Mar 03, 2010 04:55 AM|XiaoCheng Fan - MSFT|LINK
You can right click on your solution, Add -> New projects ... -> Other Project Types | Setup and Deployments | Web Setup Project to create a setup project.
And you can something here:
I'm looking forward for your test result.