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Drawing QR Code ISO/IEC18004 in C#.NET Estimated lesson time: 60 minutes

Estimated lesson time: 60 minutes
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ChAPTER 8
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Debugging and Deploying
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Publishing Web Applications
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Depending on the scenario, a Microsoft .NET Framework website can be extremely easy to deploy. Websites, by default, are entirely file based. This means that the source code is usually deployed to the server. The server then compiles that code when pages are requested. In this scenario, you can deploy a website to a web server by simply copying the files to the correct directory on the server. Even if you are deploying a new version of your site, in most cases you can simply overwrite the old files with the new ones. In addition, if you are creating a website that works on a single server and is file based, there is often no real need to run any type of setup process, edit the registry, or add items to the start menu. Configuration settings are defined with the Web.config file, and application code is contained entirely within the website folder structure. This means that you can deploy the entire website by using the simple xcopy shell command; no special deployment software is required. This simplicity provides a great deal of flexibility in other scenarios, too. If your website is to be deployed to an array of web servers (in which multiple web servers host the same website for scalability and availability), you can use any file-synchronization tool to copy the files between the servers. This allows you to deploy to a master server and have the deployment synchronized across the web farm. If your website has a database, requires special web server configuration, or needs different configuration settings in a release environment, simply copying files will be insufficient. In these cases, publishing a website typically involves:
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Configuring an application in IIS. Copying website files to the web server. Setting up a database. Configuring the website with the production database connection. Modifying other configuration settings, such as disabling detailed error messages.
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Visual Studio 2010 includes a new Publish Web dialog box that allows you to configure each of these settings once, and then publish a website to one or more web servers with a single click. This section describes this tool in more detail.
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Web.config Transformations
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Applications that have different debugging, staging, and release environments typically have different application settings as well. For example, during debugging, an application might use a local file system database. However, in the production environment, the application might connect to a central database running Microsoft SQL Server.
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Lesson 3: Deploying Websites
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ChAPTER 8
Web.config transformations allow you to create separate Web.config files for different release types. Therefore, you can create debugging, staging, and release versions of the Web.config file with settings specific to each release type. To simplify management, you only need to specify settings that must be added, changed, or removed from the base Web.config file. By default, Visual Studio adds Web.config transformations for the Debug and Release configurations for new ASP.NET Web Application projects. You can view and edit the transformations from Solution Explorer by expanding the Web.Config node and then double-clicking either Web.Debug.Config or Web.Release.Config. If you add more configurations (such as a staging configuration), you can add an associated transformation by right-clicking Web.config in Solution Explorer and then clicking Add Config Transformations. The sections that follow describe the syntax for adding, replacing, and removing settings. For detailed information about more complex transformations, read Web.config Transformation Syntax for Web Application Project Deployment at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library /dd465326.aspx.
ADDING A SETTING
Web.config transformations contain only those settings that should be different from the standard Web.config file. To add a new setting to a Web.config file that is generated when publishing a web application, simply add the setting to the Web.config transformation file. For example, defining the following Web.Release.Config file will add the connection string to the Web.config file when you publish the web application by using the Release setting:
<configuration> <connectionStrings> <add name="MyDatabase" connectionString="data source=.\SQLEXPRESS;Integrated Security=SSPI;AttachDBFilename=|DataDirectory|\mydb.mdf;User Instance=true" providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" /> </connectionStrings> </configuration>
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