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Can Web Setup Add Application Pool?

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I see where I can create Virtual Directories with a Web Setup Project.
Can I assign the Virtual Directory it's own Application Pool with the
proper Application Identity?

Also, it appears my team is creating a whole WebSite for each
application, not only a web folder.
Thanks,
Brian

Nov 19 '05 #1
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Yes it's possible, the app pool settings are read from the IIS metabase and
it is an XML file if memory serves me correct.

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I see where I can create Virtual Directories with a Web Setup Project.
Can I assign the Virtual Directory it's own Application Pool with the
proper Application Identity?

Also, it appears my team is creating a whole WebSite for each
application, not only a web folder.
Thanks,
Brian

Nov 19 '05 #2

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Hi Brian:

You can add 'custom actions' to the setup and perform any kind of
work.

There are some IIS tips here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...Deployment.asp

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On 9 Mar 2005 07:33:32 -0800, br****@avanade.com wrote:
I see where I can create Virtual Directories with a Web Setup Project.
Can I assign the Virtual Directory it's own Application Pool with the
proper Application Identity?

Also, it appears my team is creating a whole WebSite for each
application, not only a web folder.
Thanks,
Brian


Nov 19 '05 #3

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