Deployment Logic Flow

davidebbo edited this page Oct 24, 2012 · 3 revisions

Preparation

Updating the repository with the new changes, at this point the folder: site\repository will have the pre-compiled website with all the new changes.

Deployment

1. Figure out the type of project we're dealing with and the project/solution file to deploy.

Options:

  • .NET Web Application (has a .csproj or .vbproj file).
  • .NET Web Site (has a solution and no proj files).
  • Other, treated as the basic deployment path.

Custom deployment is not part of this doc yet exists since it's the part we are about to change.

2.1 .NET Web Application

  • Prepare temporary path.
  • Build project to temporary path.
  • Smart copy from temp path to web root (also: use previous manifest for the smart copy and create a new manifest after the copy completes).
  • Delete temporary path.

2.2 .NET Web Site

  • Build web site to current repository path.
  • Smart copy from repository path to web root.

2.3 Plain web site with no build step (e.g. Node, PHP)

  • Smart copy from repository path to web root.
  • Download npm packages on web root (using npm install).
  • Add IIS node configuration (if required == no web.config and this looks like a node.js web site).
  • Select node version (if required == looks like a node.js web site).

Post Deployment

Update the deployment status (the deployment is finished and active).

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