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In-place precompilation consists of running a tool over the entire set of project files to request each page as if it were being used by end users. As a result, each page is compiled as if it s for ordinary use. The site is fully compiled before entering production, and no user will experience a first-hit compilation delay. In-place precompilation usually takes place after the site is deployed but before it goes public. To precompile a site in-place, you use the following command, where /yourApp indicates the virtual folder of the application:
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aspnet_compiler v /yourApp
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Note that with the previous syntax, YourApp is assumed to be deployed within the default Web site. If that is not your case, you might want to indicate the site explicitly, as shown here:
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aspnet_compiler v /W3SVC/2/Root/YourApp
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In this case, you are addressing YourApp within the Web site characterized by an ID of 2. If you precompile the site again, the compiler skips pages that are up to date and only new or changed files are processed and those with dependencies on new or changed files. Because of this compiler optimization, it is practical to compile the site after even minor updates. Precompilation is essentially a batch compilation that generates all needed assemblies in the fixed ASP.NET directory on the server machine. If any file fails compilation, precompilation will fail on the application. The ASP.NET compiler tool also supports a target directory. If you choose this option, the tool will generate all of its output in a distinct directory. Next, you can zip all of the content and deploy it manually to the IIS machine. I ll discuss the command line of the ASP.NET compiler tool in a moment.
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Precompilation for deployment generates a representation of the site made of assemblies, static files, and configuration files a sort of manifest. This representation is generated on a target machine and also can be packaged as MSI and then copied to and installed on a production machine. This form of precompilation doesn t require source code to be left on the target machine. Precompilation for deployment is also achieved through the aspnet_compiler command-line tool. Here s a common way to use the tool:
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aspnet_compiler m metabasePath -c virtualPath -p physicalPath targetPath
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Part I The ASP.NET Runtime Environment
The role of each supported parameter is explained in Table 2-1.
TABLE 2-1
Parameters of the aspnet_compiler Tool
Description
If this switch is specified, compiled assemblies will allow partially trusted callers. If this switch is specified, the precompiled application is fully rebuilt. If this switch is specified, the debug information is emitted during compilation. If this switch is specified, compiled assemblies are not fully signed when created. Shows extra debugging information. Indicates the full IIS metabase path of the application. Indicates that the target directory will be overwritten if it already exists and existing contents will be lost. If this switch is specified, the compiled assemblies will be given fixed names. Indicates the name of the key container for strong names. Indicates the physical path to the key file for strong names. Indicates the physical path of the application to be compiled. If this switch is missing, the IIS metabase is used to locate the application. This switch must be combined with v. If this switch is specified, it indicates that the precompiled application is updatable. Indicates the virtual path of the application to be compiled. If no virtual path is specified, the application is assumed to be in the default site: W3SVC/1/Root.
Switch
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u v
If no target path is specified, the precompilation takes place in the virtual path of the application, and source files are therefore preserved. If a different target is specified, only assemblies are copied, and the new application runs with no source file in the production environment. The following command line precompiles YourApp to the specified disk path:
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