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Old 08-26-2009, 12:52 PM
RodrigoReboucas RodrigoReboucas is online now
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Ho to create a PrecompiledWeb folder with "Make VS.NET"

I've been trying to create a deployment "PrecompiledWeb" folder using the "Make VS.NET" step and selecting the property Build behavior " set to "Deploy/Publish" on the "Project/Solution" tab.

The "FileName" property is the app sln file path.
I test the step and the build succeeds. Is it possible to create a PrecompiledWeb folder just like if you were publishing an application inside Visual Studio?

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Old 08-28-2009, 02:46 PM
kinook kinook is online now
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My understanding was that it would create a PrecompiledWeb folder when building (see Another option might be to call aspnet_compiler directly.
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Old 08-28-2009, 08:33 PM
HippyCraig HippyCraig is online now
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In my shop we use Web Deployment Projects. These will precompile you web site projects. They are very customizable, and as long as they are seleced as part of your Debug/Release Configuration.

We use MSI deployment for websites. So a installion project usign the output from the Web Deployment Project to precompile the site and package it into an MSI.

We use MSI for easy installation and roll back in a production deployment.

There are sepeate add ons for 2005 and 2008. Make sure that you research if the part of the service packs for Visual Studio before installing.
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