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Local (debug) Project and Remote (deployment) Project

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Ok,

Maybe there is an easier way to do what it is im trying to do. Let me
explain how I have the solution setup first. Basically, I am having
alot of difficulty debugging on my local machine and then deploying
the projects to remote machines.

Project : Portal
this is the web project that is the UI for the app. it contains a
reference to BusinessLayer

Project : BusinessLayer
this sits on the same machine as the UI and handles the business
logic. it contains a webservice refernce to DA which is an ASP Web
Service

Project : DAWS
this sits on the same machine as the SQL Server and broadcasts mainly
DataSets to the businesslayer.

Here is the problem I am having. While developing this solution. all
three of these layers are on my local machine. When I go to deploy the
project I have to change the UI web.config to reflect system path
changes, I have to modify the DA web reference to change the location
of the WebService, then once I build the project I can copy the
projects to the approriate machines. Is there an easier way to debug
and then deploy this application other than changing the web.configs
everytime and re-adding the WebService settings? It is becoming quite
cumbersome to change all the configuration of the app everytime I want
to debug it.

any help would be appreciated. thank you
Jul 21 '05 #1
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