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Updating Multiple Solutions (at once)

DR
Is it possible to update multiple solutions on the server at once?
The group I am working with, created a web application that will be
recreated as a copy for each new customer with new DB. Thinking in the
future we were wondering if there is a way to update all of the
solutions (which is the same as the one originally created) at once,
instead of doing one by one (upload from original "upload solution"
then rebuild each).

Jun 16 '06 #1
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You've posted to a dotnet general newsgroup, I assume you mean Visual Studio
solutions? What version of Visual Studio are you using, Team System,
Express, Professional? Do you want to use the IDE or command line?

Off-hand, I would suggest you break each customer-specific portion into it's
own project, sharing projects for shared code where needed. That way you can
load/unload individual projects when working on individual customer's
products while still being able to a complete rebuild.
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http://www.peterRitchie.com/
"DR" wrote:
Is it possible to update multiple solutions on the server at once?
The group I am working with, created a web application that will be
recreated as a copy for each new customer with new DB. Thinking in the
future we were wondering if there is a way to update all of the
solutions (which is the same as the one originally created) at once,
instead of doing one by one (upload from original "upload solution"
then rebuild each).

Jun 16 '06 #2

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