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The build process for the three solutions is the same for the most part. The main difference in terms of the defined process is that there are no unit tests in either of the user interface solutions. The only unit testing implemented is in the Etomic.Library.Transformer solution. Therefore, this activity is curtailed in the scripts for the other two solutions, though we can include the FxCop analysis as before.
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The deployment process is a different story. All three solutions have different specifics, although overall the process matches the use case described in the previous chapter. The differences relate to the delivery of different kinds of system: a web application, a Windows application, and an assembly. There are other possibilities, too, such as Windows services and web services, but these are probably the most common and therefore represent a good starting point. The main differences are as follows:
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CHAPTER 5 PROCESS STANDARDS
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Etomic.Library.Transformer. Because this is an assembly that is to be used by other systems, it is likely that the deployment itself will be simple. However, the assembly needs to be published in a certain way to ensure that the systems that utilize it can see it and use it during their own builds. We will therefore also need to publish multiple versions of the assembly in a standard way so that the other systems can select the correct version. Etomic.Transformer.Win. Windows applications are simpler to deploy than web applications since they require no infrastructure such as a web site or virtual directory. There may be need for configuration and so on, but otherwise an XCOPY deployment to a specific folder is probably enough. Etomic.Transformer.Web. The deployment of the web application is more complex because it will require applying the same configuration settings as the Windows application and also the additional step during environment creation of creating a virtual directory for the site to run in. Once again, because we are considering applications with no real deployment complexity, we will see only a limited amount of deployment script. That is not to say that our script will not do the job, but we will not have to focus on standardizing and refactoring the deploy scripts in the same way we will the build scripts.
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If we were just to move on and produce a build script for these components and systems, we would no doubt be successful since NAnt would easily accommodate our requirements. But at this point we should consider our goal: the implementation of a standard set of scripts and/or processes that are quick and that ease the integration of new systems. If we imagine for a moment that the Transformer applications are more complex than the code presented here, then the scenario itself is one that is quite common: multiple interfaces/systems utilizing shared common code. This gives us the opportunity to consider broader standards for the way in which the team should organize the environment and the solutions they have in order to successfully and efficiently deliver the resulting products. This sounds a little like Design to Deliver. The following are some areas worth considering for standardization. We will discuss them here and then see how they impact on the scripts later.
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The use of sensible naming conventions standardized across solutions can facilitate the creation of build scripts as well as help team members understand the systems they will work with. One common standard uses the company name, followed by the system name, the subsystem name, and so on for example, Etomic.Transformer.Engine. In particular, there are specific types of project that, if named the same thing, become a lot easier to handle in the scripts than those with more individuality. Candidates for naming standards are
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