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Hi

I'm developing my asp.net application on my local computer
with IIS. I transfer the project by simply copy/paste to
the server and each time dll's are missing. I do also not
know whether it's necessary to copy all the *.vb or *.sln
etc. files.

How can I make relieable 'minimum files' installation on
the server??

Thanks for each help

Jenny
Nov 17 '05 #1
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Jenny,

if you use Visual Studio, try to use Setup Projects. They determine the
'minimum files' installation automatically.

Regards,
Ilia
"Jenny" <j.********@SPAMx-mail.net> wrote in message
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Hi

I'm developing my asp.net application on my local computer
with IIS. I transfer the project by simply copy/paste to
the server and each time dll's are missing. I do also not
know whether it's necessary to copy all the *.vb or *.sln
etc. files.

How can I make relieable 'minimum files' installation on
the server??

Thanks for each help

Jenny

Nov 17 '05 #2

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If you use a Web Setup project, be sure to include the Primary Built
Output, and the Content Output groups.

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Jenny,

if you use Visual Studio, try to use Setup Projects. They determine the
'minimum files' installation automatically.

Regards,
Ilia
"Jenny" <j.********@SPAMx-mail.net> wrote in message
news:03****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi

I'm developing my asp.net application on my local computer
with IIS. I transfer the project by simply copy/paste to
the server and each time dll's are missing. I do also not
know whether it's necessary to copy all the *.vb or *.sln
etc. files.

How can I make relieable 'minimum files' installation on
the server??

Thanks for each help

Jenny



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