Join Tiberiu Covaci for an in-depth discussion in this video Scripted deployment to IIS, part of Deploying ASP.NET Applications.
- [Instructor] Again, the problem with doing…manual deployment would be the fact…that it's an error-prone operation.…You might always do something wrong.…And as I showed you, when we created the package,…we have as well a Windows command file…called website deploy.cmd.…This one comes together with a readme file,…so if you read that file you will see…what parameters it requires for you…in order to be able to run it.…So let's see how it can run the application.…So first of all, we need to launch Command Prompt…and we need to launch it in administrator mode.…
So I would say run as administrator.…And after that is up and running,…I can go now to the same folder…and I would say cd Deploy…and then cd WebPackage…and I can run the website deploy.…Website deploy command file…and set a parameter called slash T.…T, it means test, or a what if.…It will tell me what will happen if I want to run this…without making any changes to my machine.…So it tells me that it adds all those files,…it does all those changes to the application itself,…
- Choosing a deployment strategy
- Installing IIS manually and automatically with PowerShell
- Deploying to IIS with Visual Studio
- Deploying to Azure
- Deploying to Docker
Skill Level Intermediate
ASP.NET MVC: HTTP Request Life Cyclewith Janan Siam2h 15m Advanced
1. Deployment Strategies
Choose a deployment strategy2m 47s
2. Preparing IIS Environment
3. Deploying to IIS
4. Deploy to Azure
5. Deploy to Docker
Next steps1m 45s
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