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Here are the advantages of using the Copy Web Site tool: Simple deployment by copying files from the local computer to the target server. Variety of protocols can be used. Files can be copied by FTP or across a local area network. Ability to copy files from the target server to the local computer, thus having the tool work in two directions. Ability to synchronize the files. Here are the disadvantages of using the Copy Web Site tool: Source code files copied as is. Inability to precompile the source code. After reading the previous section regarding the precompiling of the source code and the benefits associated, clearly the greatest downfall of the Copy Web Site tool is that the code cannot be precompiled first. With that said, it still can come in handy in certain scenarios, such as for projects that are very small or simple where precompilation will not provide greater performance. Let s walk through using the tool itself. As we mentioned before, this tool can be used directly from within the IDE. To launch the Copy Web Site tool, open the Solution Explorer window and click on the Copy Web Site icon as shown in Figure 13-6.
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Figure 13-6. Copy Web Site icon This will open a new window that contains the Copy Web Site tool and has the current web project as the source website (Figure 13-7).
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Figure 13-7. Copy Web Site tool When the new window opens in the IDE, the section on the right, Remote Web site, is not enabled. You must first connect to a remote or target website before continuing. To connect to a target site, click on the Connect button located in the upper-left section of the window.
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Figure 13-8. Connecting with the Copy Web Site tool After you click on the Connect button, a dialog window will open with several options regarding the target to connect. Figure 13-9 represents what you will see.
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Figure 13-9. Copy Web Site tool destination In the column on the left, you can see the four different choices of how to make the connection. The File System will browse through the different directories located on the local computer. The Local IIS (Internet Information Server) will browse throughout the IIS default directory. The FTP Site option will allow you to specify an FTP URL along with the ability to supply a username and password to connect. Last, the Remote Site option will need a URL to connect. Select one of the options and click Open. If you connect to the chosen option successfully, you will be returned to the Copy Web Site tool main window. At this point, you can use the tool to copy the files to or from the client or server. Additionally, the files can be synchronized by using the synchronization option. All of these actions can be performed by either right-clicking the files in either section of the window or selecting the Command buttons located in the center of the window.
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The term compilation, or compiling, refers to building and checking the source code for errors, which results in some sort of an executable program. The .NET Framework 2.0 provides you with some great features. Compilation is important to discuss when dealing with deployment in that when deploying an application, you need every advantage available with regard to performance. By taking advantage of the precompilation methods available within the .NET Framework 2.0, you can meet some of the performance enhancements and fine-tune the source code prior to the actual deployment.
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In-Place Compilation
In-place compilation is the default method used with ASP.NET 2.0. When creating a web project and adding either Web Forms or class files, the code-beside files have a .vb extension. These files are directly related to the .aspx and .ascx pages that contain the HTML code. When deployed, the ASP.NET 2.0 runtime will compile each of the pages as they are requested. This type of model is ideal during the development phase of the project; however, you might want to think twice before deploying your application under this compilation. Table 13-1 lists some of the advantages and disadvantages of this compilation model. Table 13-1. In-Place Compilation Comparison
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