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0answers
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Best practices and tools for deploying .NET application to production [closed]

I'm working on a codebase for my company for a .NET MVC product. We have test, staging, and production environments. Test and staging are great - we use CI to grab files from our repo (not TFS; we ...
1
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1answer
282 views

How to create a lightweight WPF application including .NET Framework 4.5?

I want to create an application which is dependent on .NET Framework 4.5. If I am binding the framework with application setup the size of application increases to much but I need to bind the .NET ...
0
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2answers
104 views

Distributing a data access solution across multiple solutions

I have 3 solutions, one of them is a dataccess solution with all the repositories etc. At the moment when a change is made to it, the others have to go get the latest nuget version locally, we have a ...
2
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1answer
258 views

Security Risks of Unsigned ClickOnce Manifests

Using signed manifests in ClickOnce deployments, it is not possible to modify files after the deployment package has been published - installation will fail as hash information in the manifest won't ...
5
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2answers
316 views

Why isn't there a private deployment option for the .NET framework? [closed]

Here are reasons why one would want this: 1) We often don't use all the dlls but we force customers to install the entire .NET framework. It would be great to just deploy the dlls we need. 2) We ...
0
votes
1answer
192 views

Streamlining ASP.Net MVC deployment? [closed]

I own a VPS with Windows Server 2012 on it. I can install whatever I want on it. In the past when deploying an ASP.Net MVC project, I would right click the project in the solution and Publish it. I ...
3
votes
6answers
762 views

How to include database changes during application publish

I am maintaining a WinForms application, which talks to a SQL Server database. Sometimes I have to change database schema (for example to alter a sql procedure or add new one). For this purpose I have ...
5
votes
4answers
174 views

Are we always supposed to create a setup to deploy or application?

I have recently developed an application in C# which is supposed to run within the environment of the company i work for. I could technically generate a Setup or use ClickOnce to handle the ...
18
votes
5answers
10k views

Alternatives to Octopus for deploying .NET applications? [closed]

Our shop has a TeamCity server that produces deployment packages. The packages are either ASP.NET web apps, Windows services, or miscellaneous binaries (that just get copied to the network ...
6
votes
4answers
725 views

Managing large number of app.config files

We have many windows services and web apps which all rely on a lot of common settings. Currently we use just appSettings as needed and they are referenced by key. Some of the settings are app ...
4
votes
6answers
665 views

Build/deployment tools for a small (1) development effort

What build or deployment tools are available for a 1 person development effort, in the .NET space, that are capable of producing project outputs? I'm not looking necessarily looking for a CI server ...