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  • User-551623815 posted

    my problem is i dont want to give the code of my web application to client. for this i asp.net 2.0 i publish the webiste. but i dont how we can publish the website in asp.net 1.1

    Tuesday, June 30, 2009 2:51 PM

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  • User1251306474 posted

     Hi,

    In order to not give your source code to client u have to publish your website. To do so got 'Build' in menu bar inside asp.net project and choose "Publish Website". It will ask for the path to store the published website. Once your are done with that u can use the published website to create Virtual Directory as u usualy do while hosting in server

     

    regards

    naveen

    Wednesday, July 1, 2009 3:22 AM
  • User-1000863065 posted

    Hi!

    to publish the website

    open the website

    go to solution Explorer and Right click on the site name

    select Publish website

    and set your destination Folder

    this will generate the code into DLL files so be happy



    Wednesday, July 1, 2009 11:02 AM
  • User-551623815 posted

    there is no option to publish the webstie in asp.net 1.1

    Thursday, July 2, 2009 11:51 AM
  • User-1655532703 posted

    Hey jagwinder, I know there is no option for publishing website in asp.net 1.1. So i will suggest you to make a batch file and use xcopy command and define the destination folder path and run that batch file to publish the application, I don't have file otherwise i must attach. 

    Friday, January 8, 2010 2:25 PM
  • User-551623815 posted

    how to make batch file??

    what is xcopy command.


    Friday, January 8, 2010 9:40 PM
  • User-826317797 posted

    An xcopy deployment is simply the manual deployment of the files necessary to run an ASP.NET Application to the server.  So for example, you can build the site locally then just copy the assemblies, aspx's, etc. to the server using FTP.  To meet the requirement of not publishing the source code don't copy and .cs or .vb files.

    Hope this helps.

     

    Friday, January 8, 2010 10:19 PM