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With your web-based testware written and debugged, you are ready to deploy it. Although, Microsoft provides a few different ways to do this, perhaps the most educational way would be to copy and paste the web files to a particular web server and then configure the web server to treat these files as an ASP.NET application. This is really what the other methods are doing for you, they just are doing it behind the scenes using additional commands added to the web server, collectively known as Web Server Extensions. Microsoft chose to reuse some commands they had made for another one of their web development products called FrontPage. These Front Page Extensions let you command a remote web server to upload files and set configuration on those files. If these extensions are not installed or not configured correctly, you will not be able to use the automated deployment options that come with Visual Studio. So let s take a look at how to manually deploy your web application next.
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Note Although it is not necessary in order to get the concepts we are discussing here, you must have IIS
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installed if you want to follow along with this section of the chapter.
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First, you will need a web share to hold your files. Web shares are also called virtual directories. For example, you can make a folder within the wwwroot folder and paste the files from BugReporter into the new folder. In Figure 9-27, we have done just that by creating a folder called _DemoFolder. The name looks kind of strange since we used an underscore to make the folder show up at the top of the tree view, but normally you would call it something that makes more sense for a real application.
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CHAPTER 9 CREATING WEB-BASED TESTWARE
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Figure 9-27. Creating a web share Even though the files are in place and it is now an official web share, you still need to configure the web server to treat the files in this particular folder as an ASP.NET application. If you do not do this, it s just a standard web share but not a web application. You can access the administration console for IIS in a few ways: Go to Start Control Panel Administrative Tools, and then click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. From the Start menu, click Run option, type in inetmgr, and then click OK. Open the Computer Management window by right-clicking My Computer on your desktop, then click Manage in the pop-up menu. Accessing IIS in this way does not show you all of the options offered by IIS, but will be sufficient for most of things. No matter which way you get into the IIS Manager, you should see something like Figure 9-28. Note, you may have to click the + symbols within the tree a few times before it expands enough to see the folder you have created in the wwwroot folder. Once you find your folder, you can right-click it and use the pop-up menu to access that folder s Property window. When the Property window opens, you can set the folder to be an ASP.NET application by clicking the Create button shown in Figure 9-29.
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Figure 9-28. Using the Internet Service Manager
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Figure 9-29. Click the Create button to create a web application.
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In Figure 9-29, the application has not been made yet. You can tell because the application configuration options are grayed out. If you try to browse the ASP.NET web pages at this point, you get an error message. However, after you click the Create button, the application will be created and you will be able to browse the pages successfully. Once you have set up the application, the button s text changes and you will have access to the additional configurations through the Configuration button (see Figure 9-30). While these additional configurations are beyond the scope of this book, you should know that this is where the application mapping for the file extensions are found. We discussed these mappings at the beginning of the chapter (again, see Figure 9-3).
Figure 9-30. After you create the web application To browse the site, you type the address shown in Figure 9-31. It will open up the website you have just configured and display the default.aspx page. Note that this page is displayed even though the address does not include it. This is because IIS is normally set up to look for a file called default.aspx when you install ASP.NET on it. This default page can be changed to another page if you d like, but many developers will just use this as the name of the first page in their applications.
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