Do you Create a Deployment Batch file and SetParameters file for each Environment?
21/05/2013 10:30 PM by
You should create a Deployment Batch file and SetParameters file for each Environment.
- Figure: Good Example - The batch file specifies the target Server, the ProjectName name to deploy, and the configuration file to use. You can also optionally supply additional parameters.
Download a sample _Deploy.bat file here as a .txt file.
- Figure: Good Example - The SetParameters file specifies MS Deploy parameterisation values. Most important is the target “IIS Web Application Name” on the target server
Vishal’s blog for more details.
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