Practical Applications, Part 2 in .NET

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great if we could have the Rebuild target call the new FullClean target by extending the RebuildDependsOn property as we would for C# or VB .NET projects. Again this will not work for WDPs. As previously mentioned, you will see the de nition of the Rebuild target rst from Microsoft.Common.targets followed by the de nition from Microsoft.WebDeployment.targets.
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<!-- From Microsoft.Common.targets --> <Target Name="Rebuild" Condition=" '$(_InvalidConfigurationWarning)' != 'true' " DependsOnTargets="$(RebuildDependsOn)" Outputs="$(TargetPath)" /> <!-- From Microsoft.WebDeployment.targets --> <Target Name="Rebuild" DependsOnTargets="Clean;$(BuildDependsOn)"> </Target>
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In this case the Rebuild target has declared the DependsOnTargets property by hard-coding the Clean target name in front the BuildDependsOn property value. The correct approach would have been to place those items in a new property RebuildDependsOn, so consumers could extend the Rebuild target. Since this is not the case you cannot inject the FullClean target into the Rebuild targets dependencies either. Currently the Web Deployment Projects have some limitations regarding extensibility from consumers, but once you are aware of these limitations you can work around them. In a future version of Web Deployment Projects perhaps these limitations will be corrected. We ll now take a look at how we can further customize these projects.
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There are many approaches to deploying your applications to various environments. In this sample, I ll demonstrate how you can extend the WDP to assist your deployment process. The approach I demonstrate is fairly simplistic and has some limitations, which we will discuss. The following target is taken from the WebApplication1_deploy01.csproj_deploy.wdproj le.
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<Target Name="DeployToServer" DependsOnTargets="Build"> <PropertyGroup> <_ServerName>sayed_762</_ServerName> <_VDirName>Sample01</_VDirName> <_ServerDeployPath>\\$(_ServerName)\D$\Stage\$(_VDirName)\</_ServerDeployPath> <_ServerLocalPath>D:\Stage\$(_VDirName)\</_ServerLocalPath> <_ReplaceExisting>true</_ReplaceExisting> </PropertyGroup> <!-- Create dir if it doesn't exist --> <MakeDir Directories="$(_ServerDeployPath)" />
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Part IV
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<!-- Copy files --> <ItemGroup> <_FilesToDeploy Include="$(OutputPath)**\*" Exclude="$(OutputPath)obj\**\*;$(OutputPath)bin\Samples\**\*" /> </ItemGroup> <Message Text="Copying files to remote server [$(_ServerName)]" /> <Copy SourceFiles="@(_FilesToDeploy)" DestinationFiles= "@(_FilesToDeploy->'$(_ServerDeployPath)%(RecursiveDir)%(Filename)%(Extension)')" /> <CreateVirtualDirectory Alias = "$(_VDirName)" ServerName ="$(_ServerName)" Path = "$(_ServerLocalPath)" ReplaceExisting = "$(_ReplaceExisting)" /> </Target>
The rst thing to notice about the DeployToServer target is that it depends on the Build target. In this target a few properties are rst declared that will be used throughout the target. The _ServerName property contains the name of the server that the application is to be deployed to. After the properties are declared, the destination folder is created, if it doesn t already exist, by using the MakeDir task. Then a set of les is copied to the server. Finally the CreateVirtualDirectory task is used to create a virtual directory on the remote machine. The properties of this task are summarized in Table 9-6.
TABLE 9-6
CreateVirtualDirectory Task Parameters
Description
Required parameter that contains the name of the Virtual Directory to create. Required parameter that contains the location where the virtual directory will point. This should be a path used on the remote machine, not a path relative to the build machine. For instance D:\Stage\Sample01 and not \\sayed-762\D$\Stage\Sample01. Any additional metabase properties that should be set can be passed here. The name of the property should be placed in the Include attribute and the value of the property as metadata named Value. For example, the item type VirtualDirectoryMetabaseProperties can be used for this.
<ItemGroup> <VirtualDirectoryMetabaseProperties Include="EnableDirBrowsing"> <value>true</value> </VirtualDirectoryMetabaseProperties> <VirtualDirectoryMetabaseProperties Include="AccessWrite"> <value>true</value> </VirtualDirectoryMetabaseProperties> </ItemGroup>
Name
Alias Path
MetabaseProperties
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CreateVirtualDirectory Task Parameters
Description
If set to true, then this will allow any existing virtual directory to be replaced. The default value for this is false. Name of the server on which the virtual directory is being created. This defaults to localhost. The ID for the Web site on which the virtual directory will be installed. The default value for this is 1. Typically you have to worry about this only if your IIS server is hosting multiple Web sites.
Name
ReplaceExisting ServerName SiteId
In the example shown previously, the CreateVirtualDirectory task is used to create a virtual directory named Sample01 on the server sayed_762. The contents of this virtual directory are placed at D:\stage\Sample01 on the IIS server. When the command msbuild WebApplication1_deploy01.csproj_deploy.wdproj /t:DeployToServer was executed, the les were copied to the remote server and the virtual directory was created. This sample shows how you can deploy a Web application to a remote server. Every deployment process is different and each has its own pros and cons. This should get you started with your own deployment process. This approach has the following limitations:
The process running the build must have Administrator rights to the IIS server. IIS must have read/write access to the folder where the les are being placed. Copying les one by one can be very slow. If you encrypt the web.con g on the build machine you must make sure that the machine key is the same on the build server as the IIS server.
Because of these limitations this exact approach may not suit your needs, but this should not prevent you from creating your own deployment process using the Web Deployment Projects.
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