Last post Jul 23, 2014 08:26 PM by jbowman
Jul 19, 2014 03:19 AM|jbowman|LINK
I have a small ClickOnce app in production for which I've been manually deploying regular updates for download from my website. I'm now working on automating my build/publish cycle.
Using VS2013, I'm able to publish a subfolder under my website's root folder by right-clicking the subfolder and selecting Publish <name of subfolder>. I do this so that I can push application changes into production without necessarily including
website changes that I'm still working on.
This routine works well manually, but it's tedious, error-prone and it begs for automation. I've found information on how to command-line deploy a full website, but nothing on how to do so with only a subset of a website. It's possible manually, so I'm hopeful
that it can be done automatically as well.
Advice and tips are appreciated.
Jul 21, 2014 01:46 AM|Angie xu - MSFT|LINK
I've found information on how to command-line deploy a full website, but nothing on how to do so with only a subset of a website. It's possible manually, so I'm hopeful that it can be done automatically as well.
According to your description above, I think your issue is related to MS Deploy using command line.
Here is the sample for you.
In addition, you could also consider getting help from IIS forum via Web Deployment Tool (MS Deploy)
portal, our IIS experts can help you there.
Jul 23, 2014 08:26 PM|jbowman|LINK
Thank you Angie, I'll try posting over there as well.