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Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 (Part 4 of 4): ASP.NET 2.0 Configuration and Deployment

By James Hippolite, in , posted: 6-Mar-2007 06:11

Listening (Friday 23 Feb @ 11AM) to Fritz Onion of PluralSight.com.  He's the guru.
Missed quite a bit of it (had a work meeting just before that ran overtime.  Don't you hate it when that happens?)
Just learned what is meant by a "binary deployment."  It means putting only the .DLLs on the Web Server, rather than the individual .ASPX web pages.  This is useful for preventing unauthorised editing of the Web Pages (by other developers).
Session Summary
  • Configuration
    • Hierarchical application of web.config files
    • Configuring security and using membership
  • Development Time
    • Many modes supported by Visual Studio 2005: choose what works best for you
  • Deployment Time
    • Many more options, decision about packaging can be delayed until deployment.


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New Zealand


Welcome to my technical blog. 

Here, I attempt to distill the Microsoft Certified Professional Developer knowledge I have accumulated since first qualifying MCP in 1996.  This blog started on 13 September 2007 as an off-shoot from my mixed up personal blog.  But it took a shot in the arm from Scott Hanselman's talk at TechEd New Zealand 08 "32 Ways To Make Your Blog Suck Less".