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Deployment projects

We want to deploy a large CSharp/SQL Server system.

We are successfully using the 'setup project' (under setup and
deployment projects) to build our deployed system.

With our stored procedures, we would ideally like the facility to be
able to automatically add all our stored procedures in SourceSafe/disk
to the deployment project without having one of us having to select
them manually and adding them. That way, we could build our deployment
projects automatically even if we have a number of new stored
procedures in each deployment.

Basically, we want our deployment to contain assemblies (known) and a
variable number of stored procedures.

One way is to write a program that creates a deployment solution file
based on the stored procedures + all the necessary other files, but we
would prefer not to do this if there is a better way.

Does anyone have any bright ideas?
Nov 15 '05 #1
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