Last post Dec 19, 2012 10:57 AM by hector_antonio_hernandez
Dec 19, 2012 10:03 AM|rickjackson|LINK
Hello, I have a very big Web Application when i try to publish that application it takes more than 20 mins to publish, So Is there any thing available so that I can publish only those pages which i have worked on.
So I don't have to go through that pain of 20 mins*.
Any helps will be appreciated.
Dec 19, 2012 10:57 AM|hector_antonio_hernandez|LINK
That depends if you have a compiled or not compiled site.
If you have a compiled site and you changed X classes and X pages, just release the DLL or DLLs that changed. Since the ASPX pages are just a "place holder". After you do your build, do not do publish. Go to your working directory, and locate the BIN folder.
Go to the Server location and overwrite the DLLs with the one from your local BIN. That should take care of it. You do not have to push any images, css, skins, web.config or anything like that if it did not changed.
If you have a non-compiled site, just release the aspx and asp.cs (vb) files that change together with any DLL and or classes to your App_Code directory.
Again, you do not have to release every single file in either case.