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ASP.NET applications are clearly different from desktop applications. One big difference is that, for the final user, ASP.NET applications don t really have any deployment. You just browse to the right web site and you re using the application. But deployment still is needed for the hosting web server.
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If your web server has Microsoft FrontPage Extensions installed, you can install a compiled ASP.NET application right from the comfort and safety of your development environment. I just glossed over it back in 23, but Visual Studio presents you with the option of putting a web application on a real live web site when you first try to create the ASP.NET application. In the New Web Site form, you can select an HTTP URL as the development location, as shown in Figure 25-1.
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Since you will be interactively developing your web site, you might not want to use this method on a production server. Instead, you can develop locally in a directory or on a development web server, and then later publish the site to the production server. This is just as easy as setting the HTTP location from the start. With the web site open in Visual Studio, select the Build Publish Web Site menu command, and specify the URL of the new web site. No separate setup program is required. ASP.NET is careful about how it handles the files in your application. It will not publish your source code. It will copy your web.config file to the server (it s a required file), which may contain your database connection string. But a properly configured ASP.NET web server will keep this file from prying eyes.
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Compiled .NET assemblies contain a manifest that fully describes the assembly and its needs. This means that you can copy any assembly to another system that has the correct version of the .NET Framework installed, and as long as the other files the assembly needs are copied as well, the program will run. This is called XCopy deployment because you can use the command-line XCopy command to move the files.
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You may be thinking, Well, duh! An EXE assembly is a real Windows program. Of course it will run when I copy it to a new system. Well, that s true. But it wasn t true for older Visual Basic applications. The ActiveX controls used by COM-based Visual Basic applications had to be registered in the Windows Registry before they could be accessed at runtime. Older Visual Basic programs also required that the Visual Basic runtime libraries be installed. The .NET Framework must also be installed for .NET programs, but since the framework is managed automatically by the Windows Update system, this is not as big of a headache. What I ve taken too many sentences to say is that in most cases, you can install a .NET application on a workstation just by copying the program, and maybe a few support files, to a directory. I m not saying that this is how you should install programs. Actually, I would be shocked shocked! if I discovered any of my programming friends using this method in a real business environment. But .NET makes this deployment option available to you if you don t want to be my friend anymore. If you do use XCopy deployment, you probably won t have any issues with security or administrative limitations that may be imposed on the workstation. Chances are, if you re installing software using the XCopy command or by dragging-and-dropping files, it s probably because you are friends with the owner of the workstation, and it s really none of my business who you want to have as your friends.
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